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To celebrate World Space Week 4 – 10 October we’ve put together a cracking line-up of space related content for you and the kids to enjoy these school holidays.
From an out-of-this-world interview with a living, breathing, NASA astronaut who recently returned to Earth from space, to an informative piece on First Nations Astronomy, to a designated Learning Hub courtesy of our pals at NASA.
You’ll find all this plus a bunch of activities, music, entertainment, educational videos and space-themed recipes. There’s even a virtual reality feature!
Happy World Space Week-ing!
We asked you, our fun-loving Fed followers, to send in your questions for us to ask when we interviewed a real-life NASA astronaut, Dr Andrew Morgan. The response we received was was huge!
Watch the interview to see if he answered your question!
Because Space Week isn’t Space Week without a bunch of hands-on activities, out-of-this-world-recipes, movies and a spacey playlist to boot!
Discover the NASA Learning Hub where you’ll find educational videos and content.
From views of the moon through to Climate Change, the NASA Learning hub has got you covered!
Immersive yourself in a free online virtual reality experience courtesy of the Kennedy Space Center.
Explore usually off-limits areas in a virtual world.
Do you have what it takes to be an astronaut or to build your own rocket?
We’re inviting kids and big kids alike to create anything space related, from rockets, space stations, to their own space suit or jet pack!
The Australian Space Agency is working to transform and grow a globally respected Australian space industry to lift the broader economy, inspire and improve the lives of Australians.
The First Nations cultures of Australia – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders – stretch back for over 65,000 years. This makes the First Australians the oldest astronomers and the oldest continuing cultures in the world.
NASA Live: Official Stream of NASA TV
Witness everything going on at NASA in real time. Watch live broadcasts from NASA Television and NASA’s social media channels, and a schedule of upcoming live events.