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Other Video Conferences

Ask the Expert

Ask an ExpertHow do you go to the toilet in space?

What do Astronauts eat in Space?

What training do you need to be an astronaut?

What is a black hole?

Have you been asked these questions and not been able to give an in-depth answer? Here is a chance to find out more by linking to the Commander at the National Space Centre. Give your class the opportunity to ask our Team directly, via distance learning. These sessions are interactive and you do not have to leave your classroom!

Students will find out more about space science and space exploration through an interactive live question and answer session using videos and images from space. We will need 20 questions questions from your students sent in advance by e-mail, to our bookings team at least two weeks prior to the event to allow us to prepare your own bespoke session.

For younger students we can also provide a 30 mins session - for this we will require 10 questions, two weeks prior to your video conference. 

National Curriculum Links:
Suitable for Key Stages Upper KS1-4
Science - Physical Processes

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