VIP visit :-)

I dag havde vores elever glæden af Professor Jens Dalsgaard Nielsen fra AAU, der i to timer fortalte om sit job med at bygge satellitkomponenter til ISS. Vi var også omkring vores mission: at flytte til Mars. Jens Dalsgaard Nielsen fortalte om de udfordringer der er ved at flytte til Mars, men også at komme derop. En meget spændende dag med meget koncentrerede og engagerede elever - og en meget inspirerende gæsteunderviser :-)

Today our pupils had the pleasure of a two-hour lecture by Professor Jens Dalsgaard Nielsen from the University of Aalborg. Jens Dalsgaard Nielsen told about his job building satellite components for the ISS. We also had the opportunity to get some good information and advice on our other mission: Moving to Mars. The professor told the pupils about the difficulties concerning getting to, and living on, Mars. A very exiting day with some very focused and engaged pupils - and a very inspiring guest teacher

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Correction...

The satellite is not for the ISS. It has it´s own orbit and will monitor the arctic regions. Sorry about the mistake :-)

Satellitten er ikke til ISS. Den har sit eget kredsløb og skal overvåge de arktiske områder. Beklager fejlen :-)

Hello Denmark

We are from Birchanger and we are from Great Britan.We have a Danish student in our class.

HEJ, jeg er fodt i Kobenhaven men jeg gor i skole her i England.