Roskosmos helped a student do his art homework. PHOTO – URA.RU

The father of a second-grader applied to the state-owned company


The state-owned company Roskosmos helped a student from a school in Moscow complete his drawing homework. A second grader in the lesson, on the teacher’s instructions, drew outer space. However, the teacher did not like the work, the teacher said that this does not happen in space. As a result, the boy was forced to complete the task.

The surprised father of the second grader decided to apply to Roscosmos. “I understand that the teacher can answer that the child “sees” and represents the cosmos in this way, and it will be true, but it became interesting under what conditions or in what constellations the cosmos can look like in the picture?” — wrote the father to the student. He emphasized that “the question is childish, but adult”, writes life.ru.

Government business experts noted that this is an excellent question. They explained that distant space, due to distortions, can look like anything, including how a schoolboy drew it. “One thing is certain, the teacher is wrong. Not so much as a teacher who denied the child the right to his own view of the world, but as a teacher who did not take into account the laws of physics and optics, Roskosmos explained. The second grader plans to bring the same drawing and approval from the government company to the drawing class.

Roskosmos explained that due to distortions, space can look like anything

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The state-owned company Roskosmos helped a student from a school in Moscow complete his drawing homework. A second grader in the lesson, on the teacher’s instructions, drew outer space. However, the teacher did not like the work, the teacher said that this does not happen in space. As a result, the boy was forced to complete the task. The surprised father of the second grader decided to apply to Roscosmos. “I understand that the teacher can answer that the child “sees” and represents the cosmos in this way, and it will be true, but it became interesting under what conditions or in what constellations the cosmos can look like in the picture?” — wrote the father to the student. He emphasized that “the question is childish, but adult,” writes Life.ru. Government business experts noted that this is an excellent question. They explained that distant space, due to distortions, can look like anything, including how a schoolboy drew it. “One thing is certain, the teacher is wrong. Not so much as a teacher who denied the child the right to his own view of the world, but as a teacher who did not take into account the laws of physics and optics, Roskosmos explained. The second grader plans to bring the same drawing and approval from the government company to the drawing class.

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