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It's time to get up, move your body, and train like an astronaut!

Astronauts need years of training and preparation for their missions to space. In Mission X, you’ll learn the key elements to keeping fit and staying healthy in space and on Earth.

Activities for the classroom

In this section you can find different educational resources that can be used in the classroom

Taste in Space

Your MissionFor astronauts, all their food and drink needs...

Astro Food

Your MissionFood is one of the most important parts...

Space Rock-n-Roll

Your MissionIn the microgravity environment of the International Space...

Bonus Activity: Astro Art

Your MissionDuring a spacewalks, astronauts need some serious dexterity...

Bionic Hand

Your MissionIn a near future, it is expected that...

Bonus Activity: 26.2 with Tim

Your MissionAccumulate a total of 42 km (26.2 mi)...

Bonus Activity: Liftoff Languages

Your MissionAstronauts need brains and brawn! Using your coordination,...

Bonus Activity: Touchdown Charlie

Your Mission Playing sports requires teamwork and preparation. Teammates...

Get on Your Space Cycle

Your MissionOne exercise device that is regularly used by...

Let’s Climb a Martian Mountain

Your Mission Space explorers in a far future might...

Astro Crops

Your MissionIf astronauts are going to settle on the...

Crew Assembly Training

Your MissionWhen working with objects in space, astronauts must...

Microbial Box 2: What’s in your Petri?

Your MissionMicrobiologists have found that microbes can live just...

Peake Liftoff

Your MissionIn a reduced gravity environment, muscles and bones...

Living Bones, Strong Bones

Your Mission Explorers need strong bones so they can...