Mission Discovery

Mission Discovery Melbourne Science Week Announcement

Game Changers and Change Makers

There is no better time than National Science Week to get excited by all things Science and STEM and to be reminded of their importance in our day-to-day lives and into the future.

We are excited to announce three updates to our Mission Discovery Program, which we are convinced will helping to shape Australia’s next Game Changers and Change Markers!

Firstly, anyone who books by the 26th of August 2018, will go into the draw to win one of five places in a VIP morning tea with Steve Swanson, Astronaut and ISS Commander!

Secondly, due to popular demand, we are opening the program to all secondary students (not just years 7-10). Students will of course be grouped according to age.

Thirdly, the astronaut for the program has changed from Dr Michael Foale to Steve Swanson – Astronaut and ISS Commander.

Mission Discovery Melbourne

  • Australia’s most exciting School holiday Program, inspiring the next generation of leaders
  • 1st time in the Southern Hemisphere. Has run in London, Scotland, USA and India previously.
  • Team up with NASA astronaut Steve Swanson and other specialists on the cutting-edge of human experience and exploration and launch ideas into space
  • In teams, participants will develop space science experiments which could benefit the human race
  • The winning experiment will be launched into space and tested aboard the ISS!

Participants will have the chance to 

  • Meet like-minded young people
  • Learn the secret to brilliance in learning and discovery
  • Spark a passion, perseverance and engagement in science
  • Develop creative confidence by thinking without boundaries and constraints
  • Become an empowered agent in their own learning with the confidence to change the world
  • Have their idea tested by astronauts on the ISS
  • Work with an astronaut without having to go to the USA!

So Book NOW to avoid disapointment, and checkout these cool space facts for kids!

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