Destination Space - Jodrell Bank Observatory

Destination Space - Jodrell Bank Observatory

Post mission debrief www.destinationspace.uk Congratulations on successfully completing your training mission! We are going to check the things you learnt during your training. www.destinationspace.uk

1.Who does Tim Peake work for? a) NASA b) ESA c) JAXA

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (American space agency) The European Space Agency Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

www.destinationspace.uk 2. Tim was in space for 6 months (Dec 2015 to May 2016). How long was his training? a) 6 weeks b) 6 months c) 6 years www.destinationspace.uk

Spacewalk training Here Tim was training in a giant pool. An internet connection is required to watch this video 3. How did Tim Peake get to space? a) Space shuttle b) Saturn V rocket

c) Soyuz rocket NASAs shuttles retired in 2011 Saturn V took Apollo astronauts to the Moon in 60s & 70s The Soyuz is a Russian rocket used to take astronauts to the ISS www.destinationspace.uk

4. Rockets need fuel, something to light the fuel and what other thing to launch? a) Carbon Dioxide b) Oxygen c) Gravity www.destinationspace.uk

5. Where did Tim go in space? a) The Moon b) MIR Space Station c) International Space Station www.destinationspace.uk Tims first moments in space

Watch again Tims launch on 15th Dec 2015. An internet connection is required to watch this video 6. How far is the ISS above the Earths surface? a) 350 kilometres far an eight year old girl r b) 3,500 kilometres How an over 55 days in 2007

c) 350,000 kilometres Almost the distance to the Moon (384,400 km) www.destinationspace.uk 7. How long does it take the ISS to orbit the Earth once? a) 1 minute b) 1.5 hours

c) 24 hours www.destinationspace.uk Check out the view The ISS is orbiting Earth at 28,000 km per hour. An internet connection is required to watch this video

8. What is the astronauts main job on the ISS? a) To perform science experiments b) To observe space c) To take pictures of the Earth www.destinationspace.uk 9. How long to astronauts have to exercise for every day?

a) 15 minutes b) 2 hours c) 4 hours www.destinationspace.uk What would you like to see Tim do? Answer questions

Show us the view Play water ping-pong Do some cleaning Use the loo! Make a cup of coffee Take a shower Brush his teeth

Make space scrambled eggs Click a thing to watch An internet connection is required to watch these videos

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