We are proud to be part of the Destination Space Phase 2 Programme which is being directed and project managed by The UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres (ASDC) and funded by the UK Space Agency.
ASDC are delighted to be working again with the UK Space Agency to create and deliver an exciting new National Space Education and Engagement Programme, Destination Space 2: Level 2.
This follows on from the success of ASDC's earlier Destination Space Programme, where ASDC created resources, activities and equipment to engage children and adults with the latest space science and Tim Peake's mission to the International Space Station. This national programme will also celebrate the innovation and skills within the wider UK Space Sector in terms of UK space exploration, including UK Spaceports and space launchers, the new James Webb Space Telescope, the ExoMars mission and satellite applications.
This programme has provided some extremely exciting activities which you can get involved with during the axctivity weekend.
There is no set time for the activities; it will be drop-in when you want to between 11am and 3pm.
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