Explore space as Soyuz TMA-19M: Tim Peake’s Spacecraft lands in the museum.

On June 18 2016, after six months orbiting Earth on the International Space Station Major Tim Peake returned to Earth in the Soyuz TMA-19M descent module.

 Now, this historic craft is coming to Bradford and will be on display at the National Science and Media Museum.

School visits to See Tim Peake’s Spacecraft

Monday 2 October to Friday 17 November 2017

Space Days is a day-long package that includes the opportunity to find out more about the Soyuz TMA-19M module, take part in an interactive science show that explores light and space travel, and visit Wonderlab.

Suitable for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 students

Tuesday 10 October 2017

Science of Space: Students will meet some STEM Ambassadors and scientists working in the UK space industry, and will learn about Tim Peake’s historic journey to the International Space Station and his return in the Soyuz TMA-19M module. There will also be an opportunity to visit Wonderlab.

Suitable for Key Stage 3 students

 

Add an IMAX film

Why not complement your visit with an IMAX 3D documentary? These 45-minute films bring the science of space to life with spectacular imagery.

For more information and to book a visit please visit: Learning | National Science and Media Museum


Information

Published: 27/09/2017
Audience: All primary and secondary schools- for Key Stage 2 and 3 students
Contact: National Science & Media Museum

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