Could you be an astronaut? Join the Cambridge Science Centre this half-term for a programme of astronaut training activities to see if you're made of the right stuff!
Train to be an astronaut at the Cambridge Science Centre
Ever dreamed of becoming an astronaut when you grow up?
Join Cambridge Science Centre this half term for a programme of astronaut training activities to see if you're made of the right stuff!
There are activities to:
- test your accuracy
- see if you could live in space
- help you get to grips with the science of getting to space
- get you fit for space
- improve your communication skills.
All vital skills for any budding astronaut!
Pick up your Astronaut Training Record at Cambridge Science Centre throughout the May half-term (28 May - 5 June 2016) and collect stamps for each activity.
Activities are included in the normal centre entry price.
No need to book, just turn up - drop-in between the given times.
Image: Tim Peake on the International Space Station (ISS)
Cambridge Science Centre (CSC) is the only year-round science centre in the East of England. It specialises in taking complex scientific messages and making them accessible, exciting & fun for young learners. Through a combination of informal STEM outreach in schools & communities and visits to the Cambridge Centre, CSC has engaged with ~400,000 young learners, their families & teachers since opening in 2013.