By Jonathan Swift on January 15, 2018A free scheme which allows UK schoolchildren to hold a piece of outer space in their hands has undergone a major revamp and now offers exciting new teaching resources and new meteorite samples. The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) has been working with the National Space Academy to update their ‘Borrow the Moon’ kit – which is now available […]
By Jonathan Swift on January 9, 2018The Swindon-based UK Space Agency is offering young people expert advice for their ideas of how satellites could improve life on Earth and a share of a £50,000 prize. The SatelLife Challenge, now in its second year, is looking for innovative proposals from those aged 11 to 22 which have the potential to use data collected from space to benefit our […]
By Jonathan Swift on January 4, 2017In 2015, to coincide with Tim Peake becoming the first British astronaut aboard the International Space Station, the Unlimited Space Agency (UNSA) launched The Astro Science Challenge, a story-led series of interactive tasks designed to engage children aged 7-11 with STEM subjects. UNSA, whose mission is to inspire and help train the next generation of young scientists and space explorers, […]
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