United Kingdom

UK

United Kingdom

To learn more about what UK Space Agency is doing with Mission X in the UK, check out http://www.esero.org.uk/missionx

To learn more about what ESA is doing to get students inspired about space, check out
http://www.esa.int/Education

UK News

  • Astronaut and Flat Charlie support Mission X

    Astronaut Dr Piers Sellers OBE with Mission X Mascot, Flat Charlie

    Astronaut Dr. Piers Sellers OBE met Flat Charlie during his recent visit to the UK. He was keen to pass this message on to all Mission Xers in the UK and beyond:

    "Some of you young people will go into space. And someone alive on Earth today will walk on Mars. It could be you. So get ready. Train like an astronaut."

  • Successful Launch for Mission X in the UK

    207 students are beginning to get Fit For Space as part of Mission X in the UK. Students had a fabulous day of exciting science,nutrition and exercise activities in the presence of Flat Charlie. Watch this space for more about the day and our astronaut supporters.

  • Mission X Ready for UK Launch

    Schools in the UK are preparing for the launch of Mission X in the UK on January 14th. Mountfitchet Maths and Computing College is the lead school and will be hosting 270 Mission Xers on an activity packed day. Students are aged between 8 and 11 years old and are from the following schools: Mountfitchet Maths and Computing College, St. Mary's Primary School, Elsenham Primary School, Henham and Ugley Primary School, Birchanger Primary School, Bentfield Primary School from Essex. Grove Primary School from Redbridge, East London is also taking part. Schools from Yorkshire, Cornwall and East London are also getting involved in Mission X type activities - although not directly part of the pilot!