Posts Categorized: Uncategorised

UNSA’s Space Shed Tours UK Festivals

How I Hacked My Way Into Space is a show about the formation of the Unlimited Space Agency, about technology and art coming together, the power of stories to create new realities and the thin lines between obsession and madness. It’s about the glorious possibilities for scientists and artists to work…

New Astro Science Challenge App launches

Exciting news! One year on from our patron Tim Peake’s launch to the International Space Station, we are very proud to launch a brand new FREE App version of the Astro Science Challenge! Download it for Apple or Android tablets and smartphones here:              or from our website: www.astrosciencechallenge.com New…

How many calories do astronauts need for an EVA?

NOTE kcal = kilocalorie = 1000 calories EVA = Extra Vehicular Activity = Space walk How Many Calories Do Astronauts Need On A Regular Day In Space? Calorie intake on the ISS ranges from about 2500 to 3200 kcal/day. This is considerably higher that what is normally recommended for an…

The Astro Science Challenge has made the Charity Awards shortlist

We are delighted to announce that we’ve made the shortlist for this year’s Charity Awards, the longest-running and most prestigious awards scheme in the charity sector. The UNSA project, The Astro Science Challenge, has been shortlisted in the Arts, Culture & Heritage category. Our patron, British ESA astronaut Tim Peake, has been supporting…

UNSA’s first spacewalk

Read how Jon Spooner, UNSA’s Director of Human Spaceflight, carried out essential repairs to the space shed whilst Tim was making similar repairs to the International Space Station.[View the story “UNSA’s first spacewalk” on Storify]