We’ve got lots of plans for 2017 and you can read all about them in our January newsletter.
There’s details in it about how to
As part of The Astro Science Challenge we commissioned Becky Parry – a Research Fellow at Nottingham University’s Faculty of Social Sciences where she is currently
We are delighted to announce that we’ve made the shortlist for this year’s Charity Awards, the longest-running and most prestigious awards scheme in the charity sector.
In 2010, we accidentally set up our own space agency with the mission to “inspire the next generation of poet-scientists and space explorers”. In 2016 UNSA
Mini Jon is a 3D printed model of our very own Director of Human Spaceflight, Jon Spooner. He has rather taken on a life of
We’re doing some research to inform our latest project The Astro Science Challenge.
If you’re aged 7-11 years old, we’d love to hear about what you
The Astro Science Challenge is a large scale arts education project we are preparing to deliver in the final quarter of 2015. We have two exciting freelance
As a result of our recent award from NASA (!) I was asked some good questions about what it was we actually did and
We’re over the moon that, in the final global judging phase undertaken by NASA executives we’ve been selected as winners of the 2014 International Space Apps
We’ve been shortlisted for the People’s Choice award in NASA’s global Space Apps Challenge – which is SUPER COOL. We’d massively appreciate your support in