Applications for National Space Camp Woomera close 18th August









National Space Camp Woomera


Thursday 30th September - Monday 4th October
Adelaide and Woomera, South Australia


Applications close Wednesday 18th August


www.spaceschool.com



The Centre for Australian Space Education (CASE) proudly announces their 18th annual Space Camp to be held at Adelaide and Woomera. This five day residential program highlights Australia's role in space science, engineering and technology by exposing students to specialists in these fields. Thanks to sponsorship from the Sir Ross & Sir Keith Smith Fund, this experience will cost students $70 and their travel to and from Adelaide.











Program includes:
- A visit to Woomera rocket range where students will see a sounding rocket launched by the Australian Space Research Institute (ASRI)
- Lectures, workshops and hands-on activities
- Visits to museums, universities and observatories
- Souvenir shirt, laminated group photograph, printed materials and model rocket kit.
- All meals and accommodation

Criteria:
- Students must be studying Year 11 in 2010
- a maximum of 40 students will be selected based on their written application

Download a flyer and application form or for more information visit www.spaceschool.com










Special guest ESA astronaut Hans Schlege

After having received his university degree, Hans conducted research in semiconductor physics before being trained as an astronaut in the late 1980s by the German Aerospace Center (DLR). He flew as a DLR payload specialist in 1993 aboard Space Shuttle mission STS-55, which included the German-sponsored Spacelab D-2 research module.

From 1995 to 1997, he trained as the backup crew member for the German-Russian Mir'97 mission, and afterwards received additional training in Russia to become qualified as a second board engineer for the Mir space station. In 1998, he became a member of the European Astronaut Corps.

Schlegel was a Mission Specialist on the STS-122 Space Shuttle mission which put the Columbus laboratory in orbit and connected it to the International Space Station.

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