Team Tim

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“Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s the International Space Station!”

Yes indeed you can see it with your own eyes – no binoculars required!

On certain nights of the year, depending on your location and the spacecraft’s position in orbit, you can see it, a very bright light steadily moving across the clear night’s sky. And if you do manage to spot it, soon you and the rest of the UK will be ever so aware of who is on board; because next year we will have our very own British astronaut representing us on the International Space Station’s ‘Expedition 46’, as he hurtles by 450 miles above us, travelling at a speed faster than a bullet!

The name of the astronaut is Tim Peake and he is currently training in Russia for a 6 month stay on the world’s biggest manmade structure in space. While he is up on the International Space Station, Tim will be (amongst other things) conducting lots of science experiments, growing plants, and hopefully doing a spacewalk.

Last weekend, we were extremely fortunate and excited to meet Tim over Skype! We were filming with Tim for our new exciting space show all about Tim Peake and the International Space Station called “Team Tim”

Team Tim, is our best show yet and cleverly enables the audience and presenter to interact with a special animated character. Entertaining and educational, this science show invites primary school and family audiences to help British Astronaut Tim Peake pass his International Space Station training. The show is packed full of science, fun, learning, drama and visual effects and after performing a few pilot shows we can confidently say Team Tim is an unforgettable interactive experience that delights and inspires! Take a look at our advert for Team Tim

We are planning to take the show to Primary schools and family events across the UK from September 2014.  A big thanks to Tim Peake and the UK Space Agency for their enthusiasm and support for the project. Also a special thank you to our amazing animator Andriana Laskari

You can follow Tim now on Twitter and Facebook and see what interesting and amazing things he gets up to during his training and on his future mission to the International Space Station!



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