Antarctic Aerospace – Mission to Space Holiday programme

Space and extreme environment technology is designed, used and tested in Antarctica! Join our extreme environment training on space topics ranging from astronaut training to astronomy, rocketry to Hägglund riding and robotics, aircraft engineering and the design and build of space habitats.

Daily activities also include the Hagglund Field Trip, seeing the penguins and huskies, experiencing the 4D movie and exploring the Gallery and our ANT 101 and Science Alive Discovery spaces.

This event takes place on:

Date and time
Venue
Tickets
Monday 12 July
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
International Antarctic Centre

Learn and understand more about what is involved in how to live on Mars including the technology related to survival and habitat design.

Weather plan
Tuesday 13 July
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
International Antarctic Centre

Looking at the moon and the return to parachute capsules.

Weather plan
Wednesday 14 July
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
International Antarctic Centre

Planets and how they orbit around the sun.

Weather plan
Monday 11 July
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
International Antarctic Centre

Learn about Robotics and how they are used in space exploration.

Weather plan
Friday 15 July
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
International Antarctic Centre

Principles of Flight. Design , made and test a model to fly.

Weather plan
Technology
$79.00
Per child
Children only
No caregivers
Ages
9-13
Additional booking information
Book on line through the International Antarctic Centre website www.iceberg.co.nz