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. Learn the key elements to keeping fit and staying healthy in space and on Earth with Mission X.
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Activities for the classroom
Explore the Mission X educational resources that can be used in and outside the classroom.

Bonus Activity: HIIT the Space Gym

Let’s HIIT the space gym and get ready to...

Do a Spacewalk

In a reduced gravity environment, astronauts are unable to...

Bonus Activity: Yoga in Space

 Join ESA astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti and Jaime from Cosmic...

Jump for the Moon

On Earth, humans experience the effects of gravity pulling...

Bionic Hand

In a near future, it is expected that crews...

Bonus Activity: Cosmic Cartwheels

In microgravity, astronauts love to perform spectacular somersaults. Here...

Reduced Gravtiy, Low Fat

As astronauts travel to the moon, Mars, and beyond,...

Peake Liftoff

In a reduced gravity environment, muscles and bones can...

Bonus Activity: Skip to the Moon

Did you know that jumping might be a key...

Robotic Arm

To help out in space, scientists have designed and...

Energy of an Astronaut

Astronauts living on the International Space Station need balanced...

Bonus Activity: Base Station Boogie

You have just had a great day of exploring...

Get on Your Space Cycle

One exercise device that is regularly used by astronauts...

Bonus Activity: Nimble Navigation

Time for a brain (and body) twisting game! Using...

Astro Farmer

All the things we take for granted on Earth...