Life On Mars

Extremely rich entrepreneur and founder of SpaceX, Elon Musk, was a guest speaker at the 68th International Astronautical Congress held in Adelaide, Australia. Elon Musk has publicly espoused the fact that he would like to live on Mars, and he is not going to let something as trivial as a new scientific finding get in his way. Elon insists that we can still go and live on Mars despite a…

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Egg Rock

It’s easy to remain enthusiastic about the forthcoming expeditions to Mars when we are constantly reminded that there’s still so much about the planet that we do not know. Discoveries like the one recently made by NASA’s Curiosity rover certainly demonstrate that fact. On £30th October 2018, NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity came across a golf-ball-sized object that looked like it didn’t belong on Mars.This smooth, dark, lustrous object was a…

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Earthrise

Saturday January 5th heralds the 12th night of 2019. This seminal occasion will celebrate Kids in Space’s post Christmas festivity, bringing together all that has been positive in 2018. Sharon Church will host the occasion which will take place in their brand new cafe area. 3 pm to 5 pm is the timetable whereby the unveiling of KIS 2019 will be announced, games will be played, food will be eaten,…

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SpacEx Revelation Of Updated Design For New Mars Rocket

Very recently, SpaceX boss Elon Musk gave a preview of the design of the new SpaceX future exremeley large rocket, “The Big Falcon Rocket” (BFR), during an event announcing the first passenger who will fly on the vehicle. The rocket’s capability has changed. Musk claims that once the rocket is complete, it will be able to take up to 100 tons of payload all the way to Mars. That’s if…

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STEMAC

Kids in Space has come to a decision regarding the acronym (or label) attached to the description surrounding everything we do. For so long, STEM was the catch-all depiction of SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS. Now KIS have coined a new description. STEMAC (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Art and Craft) are embroidered throughout the skills we teach through STEMAC As previously acknowledged science, engineering and technology can certainly serve as an…

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