Have you ever wondered what it feels like to sit in the space shuttle as it is about to launch….do you wonder what it takes to become an astronaut, would you like to be a part of the team designing and building the rockets that will take us to Mars? Learn how STEM is used for space travel.
Join us for a special double screening of:
COOL AERONAUTICS: A Day in the Life of an Astronaut – Dr. Andrew Thomas
COOL AERONAUTICS: A Day in the Life of a Space Shuttle Commander – United States Air Force Colonel Pamela Melroy
Dr. Andrew Thomas, Australia’s first NASA astronaut, and Colonel Pam Melroy, retired Space Shuttle Commander, will share their insights into what it takes to become part of the exciting world of space travel and how STEM and the subjects you do at school and university can help you achieve your goals for space travel.
During our Live Q&A Session you will have the opportunity to ask questions of our panel of scientists and aerospace professionals.
This webinar would be of interest to students, teachers and anyone keen to learn more about space travel.
The Webinar will be delivered via Zoom. A link will be sent prior to the event.