We're giving you the chance to ask your questions online about the science behind the 2015 CHRISTMAS LECTURES.
Every year millions of people watch the CHRISTMAS LECTURES. This year’s How to survive in space theme will raise many questions around space missions, the future of space travel, and the challenges of protecting human life in the hostile environment of space.
We are teaming up with the I’m an Astronaut, Get me out of here event to extend the CHRISTMAS LECTURES discussion online, giving everyone all over the world the opportunity to have their questions on How to survive in space answered by experts on the I'm an Astronaut site.
The site will be open for questions from the very first broadcast of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES in December, and will run throughout January. Everyone can ask questions, and teachers can book their classes into half hour Live Chats with the experts.
Teachers, you can sign up here at xmaslectures.imanastronaut.uk/teachers. You’ll then get a username and password for the site, where you can book live chats and register your students.
Throughout December and January, anyone can ask their question about How to survive in space, at xmaslectures.imanastronaut.uk/ask. There is no need to pre-register or log in to ask a question.
Benefit from free and better than half-price tickets, special offers and access to the CHRISTMAS LECTURES ticket ballot.