Mission: Space Cadets!

Following in the footsteps of Neil Armstrong

Lesson Info

11:00 am - 11:45 am
Friday 3rd February
Learn about what it takes to become an astronaut. Training, materials used in Space Suits, Space travel, living and working in Space.

Curriculum Focus

Materials, Animals inc humans

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Lesson Guide

Lesson Outline

We will be joined by scientists and experts who will tell us more about their experiences in the Shetland Islands, as well as what we learn from the research they do.

During our time in the SaxaVord Space Port, teaching will be put into a real-life context through exciting demos, recordings and animated infographics.

The lesson itself will follow the journey of an astronaut, from the food they eat, the exercises they must do, and what specialist clothing they need to wear.

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