This is the Space Zone, part of I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here.
Here, school students can connect with engineers working in the space sector, in March 2021.
I’m an Engineer is an online science enrichment activity, where students can:
- Ask engineers questions
- Chat with them in energetic live chats
- Vote for their favourite to win a £500 prize
Students can take part from home. It’s safe, secure, easy and flexible.
The Space Zone is funded by the UK Space Agency.How many people rely on space technology? More than you might think! There are over 2,500 active satellites in orbit around our planet and we use them for all sorts of things – from giving us the weather forecast, to transmitting extra TV channels, to monitoring crop growth and global emergencies.
Welcome to the Space Zone
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