Chris Hadfield was the first Canadian to walk in space, he has flown three space missions, built two space stations, performed two spacewalks and commanded the International Space Station.
Sarah Murray’s faced an uphill battle as a black female trying to establish a career in engineering in the US. We will hear how she ended up in her position, through failures, struggles and ultimately success with NASA.
International explorer, educator, author, diver, & television host Josh Bernstein has traveled more than 1,000,000 miles to over 75 countries, exploring the biggest mysteries of our planet
Dave Mackay is chief pilot at Virgin Galactic, leading the pilot corps and planning for commercial flight operations whilst playing a key role in the test flight programme
Storytime and draw-along for children from the picture book Look Up!, with the author Nathan Bryon and Illustrator Dapo Adeola
In this session the panel will explore the wide range of career opportunities that are available across the UK space sector for young people from all backgrounds.
Dallas will be hosting STEMFest in space and is best known for his presenting career, which started with TV shows such as the Gadget Show on channel 5, and Bang goes the theory, a prime-time science show on BBC One.
Join Hugh to find out how RAL Space make space missions come to life, from the moment a new mission is first imagined, to building and testing spacecraft.
The Honorable Philip T. Reeker, Chargé d’Affaires, a.i., U.S. Embassy London will tell us the story of some inspiring women in Space.
Chris Joly will talk about the search for life on Mars and the amazing Perseverance Rover Mission which got underway earlier this year.