Mission X News
- Wed, 10/23/2013 - 12:44 – Anonymous
The weather has been beautiful here in New England and Team USA Sharon is getting ready for the Mission X 2014 challenge.The late fall season also means that our future astronauts are wrapping up their fall fitness assessments, and preparations will soon be underway for the launch of Mission X 2014 with our US and international friends.. We can't wait!!!
We have also had some of our students participate in a favorite after-school activity, "Space Camp", where the kids build, design and launch water bottle rockets. With the launch of the Orion EFT1 less than a year away, we are very excited to try out our own Orion vehicles-stay tuned for more information!!!!!!!!
Best Wishes to all of our friends on board the ISS, both now and with next month's upcoming mission!!!
We welcome our returning participating nations and we look forward to working with more new partners for the upcoming year!
Go Astro Charlie!
Go Mission X!!!!
- Tue, 10/01/2013 - 02:05 – Anonymous
Students from across the North West of England are training for space rugby union style with Sale Sharks at the Salford City Stadium on October 3 2013. Over 180 children from 7 schools will find out about Missionx Xtremes and have a chance to meet leading scientist Dr. Helen Mason from the University of Cambridge, Mike Brown from Siemens and take part in some fun fitness activities with the Salford City Reds Foundation. The day is led by the Royal Aeronautical Society and has been supported by a galaxy of partners including Salford City Council. The day is timed to coincide with the World Space Week celebrations. Look out for more pictures and posts about the day.