Thoughts #9 – Scottish Space School

As you can probably infer from the title of this thoughts post, I was recently notified that I had made a successful application to the Scottish Space School programme. To be accepted onto the programme has been a dream of mine for the past two years as a former student from my school described her intriguing experience.

The Scottish Space School programme is designed for students into Science and currently progressing through the second last year of high school.It is a week-long Space-themed residential at the University of Strathclyde and features a set of lectures given by leading researchers, laboratory activities and workshops supported by NASA astronauts and engineers. On top of that, at the end of the week, 10 students are selected to go visit NASA’s Johnson Space Centre in Houston, Texas.

I am incredibly excited and grateful to have been offered a place and hopefully on the programme I’m able to meet a bunch of like-minded people who are as fascinated about the cosmos as me!

Till next time,

Susan

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4 thoughts on “Thoughts #9 – Scottish Space School

  1. bookgem4 March 19, 2017 / 2:00 am

    I know this is quite late , but I would still like to say wow! and well done on being accepted , congrats! Hopefully you could one of those ten people they pick to go to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Seems like a really exciting and valuable trip! Again , a big well done on being accepted!!!

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  2. Isaac Gendler March 6, 2017 / 6:47 am

    Awesome! So proud of you, your starting your first real steps into becoming a scientist way before I did. Hope you make it to California’s rival state 😉

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