Pathways to Space is a federally funded project which must end June 30, 2013.
A new (even better, more accessible and even more inspiring) Space Science partnership project is currently under development.
Get hands-on control of a radio-controlled robotic laboratory navigating the terrain and gathering data on the world’s best public access Marsyard.
Learn from and work with passionate young engineers and join in real research projects.
Discover the amazing link between earth’s future, ancient fossilized life-forms from the Pilbara in Western Australia, and NASA’s latest space mission to Mars.
Make sense of the critical value of earthly sciences such as geology, physics and chemistry to man’s quest to discover life on other planets.
Explore the surprising history space exploration and travel, see real space-craft and get to know some of the space pioneers.
Participate on-site at Powerhouse Museum, Sydney or remotely via Video Conference.
Download the Pathways to Space 2012 Overview and Learning Outcomes.
Read the Powerhouse Museum venue safety and risk assessment.
Pathways to Space is a project designed to encourage students in Years 9-12 to consider university studies and careers in science and engineering. How students respond to this program forms the basis of a long-term study to improve science teaching and learning outcomes.
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