|Science fiction – science fact|
The video "Science fiction - science fact" take inspiration from well-known science fiction writers such as Arthur C. Clarke, H.G. Wells and Jules Verne. The video compares factual and fictional space stations and manned spacecrafts.
|A floating research laboratory|
Can you imagine a floating laboratory in space in weightless conditions? Well, it already exists! Use the International Space Station Kit on the web and learn through interactive experiments and multimedia.
|The solar wind and Northern lights|
Get some knowledge about the solar wind and magnetic storms, the Earth’s magnetic field and the formation of the Northern lights through tasks and activities.
|Satellites in many orbits|
Why do satellites have different orbits? How do you put a satellite in orbit and why does it stay there? The "Engaging orbits" is a fun way to learn more about satellites.
|Mission X, train like an astronaut|
Mission X is an international educational challenge focusing on fitness and nutrition as the students are encouraged to "train like an astronaut." The 6-week international fitness challenge opened 14th January with teams from 22 different countries.