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Destination Space

Backed by the UK Space Agency, science centres across the UK have joined forces with the European Space Agency's first British Astronaut, Tim Peake, to provide children and adults alike, from all over the UK with a unique opportunity to learn about human space flight and follow life on the International Space Station (ISS) 

The programme isn't just limited to telling Tim's story, we are also going to celebrate the amazing team behind Tim, highlighting the great and untold opportunities out there for young people across the sciences, engineering, health and space sectors.

We will be inviting families and schools to join Destination Space through a calendar of family shows, school workshops and meet-the-expert events. Just keep an eye on this page as this programme goes where no other Space programme at Dynamic Earth has gone before.....

 

Summer Space-Tacular

This summer is set to be truly Space-Tacular with a jam-packed programme of things for all the family and any budding astronauts. Events across the summer include a mix of Rocketry, Life in Space, the Cosmos Planetarium, double dome shows, planetary face painting and a truly out of this world photo opportunity!

To find out what's on on the day you'd like to come, just click here or go to our 'what's on' page.

 

Dynamic Earth and Destination Space go to Orkney Science Festival

From the 1st to the 7th September, Dynamic Earth will be heading north in their red van to the Orkney Science Festival. Look our for our Destination Space family events. We'd love to see you there.

 

The Universe is your Oyster

This October come along and meet some of the amazing people working in Space Science in this UK Space Agency and Edinburgh Geological Society funded event. With some phenomenal scientists joining us for the 16th and 17th October, stick the date in your calendar and keep an eye on this page for further updates.

 

Principia Schools Conferences

The UK Space Agency wants to celebrate the imaginative work linked to Tim Peake’s Principia mission that is being done by children of all ages by organising a pair of schools conferences where they can present their work to leading space experts and, if his schedule allows, Tim Peake.

These conferences will take place at the University of Portsmouth on Wednesday 2 November 2016 and the University of York on Saturday 5 November 2016. Attendance at the conferences will be free, with travel bursaries available to help with the cost of getting to the venues.

For more information go to: https://principia.org.uk/schools-conferences/

 

And for teachers....

Two Destination Space workshops are now available as part of our Education Programme. 

 

For Primary 1 -3's we are offering Destination Space Storytelling – Join us on an adventure to the International Space Station! With expert help, we’ll prepare for travelling to and living in space before returning safely to the ground.  We’ll launch our rocket to dock with the International Space Station and experience life in orbit through a series of exciting challenges!

For Primary 4-7's come with us as we explore the exciting world of human space flight through a series of exciting interactive activities.  Join our crew to discover the science and technology behind space travel, and some of the amazing people that make an Astronaut’s job possible!  Learn about the challenges of living and working in space and the effects on the human body before making a safe landing back on planet Earth!

 

Just book in the usual way, costs are from £2.95 per pupil, click here for further supporting information. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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