Do something extraordinary
Hear from Astronauts
SEND experiments into space
For Students 12-19
The year is 2101.
Fusion Drive technology now means humans can explore and settle the solar system.
Do you have what it takes to use STEM & Design skills to help your team succeed?
Why Join us?
Learn virtually from REAL Astronauts
A chance to have your experiment
launched into space
Learn Leadership, Team Building & Public speaking skills
Mental health training & workshops
Learn critical 21st Century skills including coding, design thinking & innovation
Students aged 12-19 have the chance to work with Astronauts, scientists, industry experts and educators.
In teams, students will propose ideas for their own Habitat & design it; the best idea is chosen on the final day! All students take home the plans of their habitats!
With help from brilliant Astronauts, Industry role models, expert educators, and mentors; students will learn about space, Innovation, Mental Health and STEM through a variety of exhilarating hands-on activities.
What will we learn?
Key 21st Century skills like Coding, Design thinking & Innovation
Leadership, Teamwork & Public Speaking skills
Simulated space mission & mental health
How to design, structure & complete your habitat
DESIGN YOUR POSTCARD AND BLAST IT TO SPACE
Team building - teams formed
Life in space – Astronaut presentation
Team Habitat Challenge introduction
Becoming an Astronaut – Astronaut presentation
Team Habitat Challenge continues
Learn new STEM skills in coding & 3D design
Start designing your innovative Habitat!
Design postcards to be sent to space!
Presentation on HI-SEAS by NASA Scientist Dr. Michaela Musilova
Learn about simulated Moon & Mars missions
Further tips on how to design space habitats to enable human wellbeing in space
Build Your Presentation Skills
Working on designs and presentation
Finish creating your design ideas
Finalise your designs & present to the judges
Completion certificates awarded
Winning designs chosen
Failure is an option here.
If things are not failing, you are not innovating enough!