Space Weekend with Fuglesang on the Technical Museum

By on September 30, 2016

Meet astronaut Christer Fuglesang, designing a march dwelling, build a satellite and a super fast comet – it’s some of the highlights of the program at the Technical Museum invites to Mega Weekend with a space theme on 8-9 October.

Over the weekend 8-9 October fills the Technical Museum with activities and programs with a space theme. In the lab allows Astronomical Association Youth all children to build telescope, solving tasks in a stellarium and build together their own comet. There will also be live broadcast of the AU’s world record attempt in high altitude with paper airplanes.

KTH Space Center give their top tips for those who want to try to build its own satellite, and we found eight different space scientists who talk about life in space and on other planets. On Sunday there is Sweden’s first and only astronaut Christer Fuglesang on hand to talk about his space travel.

During the Mega Weekend Space comes space scientists, students, young people, the elderly and space geeks meet. Together, we will all experience, build and make a lot of space projects and adventures into space together. It does not matter if one knows a little or a lot of space, this weekend aimed at all, greets Linda Sandberg, Program Director, Technical Museum

For six weekends in 2016 charging the Museum of Technology with a little extra large program items, invite guests and organize labs and workshops on different themes – all in the name Mega Weekend. Past themes have been music, games, and magic maker, and later in the fall ingested museum of various kinds of robots in the Mega Weekend Robot.
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