How to Live in Space
Join science writer and presenter Colin Stuart to find out how humans can take their next step into the final frontier: living in space.
This talk will look to the here and now and the not so distant future. Based on the book of the same name, How to Live in Space is your ultimate guide to the future of human space travel.
Learn about astronaut training, the practicalities of everyday life in orbit and look ahead to space tourism, moon bases and a voyage to Mars.
This event is followed by a chance to purchase the book and have it signed by the author himself.
Date and time: November 17 from 7pm-8.30pm
Price: Adult: £10.30, concession: £9.30, child: £8.20
Location: Planetarium & Astronomy Centre Age: 7+
Morning Stars Planetarium Show
Explore the night sky live in this show specifically for children with an autistic spectrum condition. This early morning show is for children with an autistic spectrum condition and their families and carers.
Explore the night sky and find out live from a Royal Observatory astronomer what is visible on the night of your visit and the month ahead, with opportunities to ask questions afterwards.
All adults must be accompanied by a child and free adult tickets must be booked.
Date and time: November 10 from 10am-10.30am
Price: Adult: Free, concession: free, child: £6.40
Location: Peter Harrison Planetarium. Age: 5+