Since the birth of the Space Age in 1957 with the launch of the world's first artificial satellite, the discoveries made through the applications of space science and engineering have changed humanity's perspective of our position in the Universe. But what difference has space science and technology made to our everyday lives? Has it really been worth all of the money spent? Could space science save us from the mass extinction of life on Earth? And what science is British astronaut Tim Peake doing on the International Space Station (ISS) during his six month mission in space?
Students, parents and friends of NAIS Pudong are all welcome to attend this informative and entertaining lecture by visiting scientists from the UK National Space Academy.
Date: Thursday 17th March
Venue: Performing Arts Centre, NAIS Pudong
Everyone is welcome to attend. This event is free.