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SPACEFUND MEETS ONE OF THE TWENTY FOUR

POSTED ON April 21st  - POSTED IN Space, The biggest rocket ever built
Last weekend,  accompanied by our massive 8ft Saturn V model rocket we ventured north to Pontefract in search of Apollo Astronaut Ken Mattingly. “A strange place to find a veteran NASA astronaut,” you may say, but thanks to a wonderful event called Space Lectures (www.space-lectures.com) Pontefract has become the biannual destination for many a  spacey person in search of a taste of the golden age of human space exploration.

 

“When I decided to take part I was actually expecting something less fun than this. It was great that this show was so fun and informative / educational at the same time. Both the pupils and myself had a lot of fun on every show.” –  Christina Komliki (Student Engineer)

If you haven’t read this article on our show ‘The biggest rocket ever built’ on the University of Kent’s website then click here to read more

 

EDA’S STUDENTS CONTRIBUTE TO SUCCESSFUL OUTREACH PROJECT

POSTED ON October 23rd  - POSTED IN Rockets, The biggest rocket ever built
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