Fulneck mentioned at NASA!


We have been receiving some fantastic images from the live ISS Above screen in Dr Neuberg’s Physics Lab. In the last week of last term Year 10 students were treated to a breathtaking sight: the live arrival of Kounotori ,also known as HTV-6, the sixth flight of the H-II Transfer Vehicle, an unmanned cargo spacecraft launched to resupply the International Space Station with 5.9 tons of equipment. In the background you can see two African lakes and a dried-up river bed. The picture was even reached contacts at NASA CASIS who have a big interest in how ISS technology is helping inspire young people in education. 

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