Missions

UNSA’s mission is to inspire and help train the next generation of young scientists and space explorers. Our key personnel are highly accomplished and multi-award winning writers, directors, scientists, scientists and educators with a proven track record in designing innovative, transformational projects that have deep impact. Working in collaboration with an expanding pool of associate artists, scientists and technologists UNSA creates inspirational projects and mission models to get kids (actually) into space…

  • The Astro Science Challenge

    The Astro Science Challenge is a space science adventure for children aged 7-11 inspired by our patron Tim Peake’s mission to the International Space Station. (Check out the latest on the project and the launch of the app at the blog) At its simplest level the Astro Science Challenge is a series of 18 Activity Plans, available…

  • Mission To Mars

    In 2009, Unlimited was commissioned by the Polka Theatre in London to create a new play for children – a show with the ambition of “inspiring children aged 7-11 about science”. Set in 2035 Mission To Mars is a Sci-Fact Adventure telling the story of Gail & Stefan, the astronauts…

  • Space Camp

    UNSA has been established to inspire, recruit and train the poet-scientists and astronauts of the future – SPACE CAMP was part of our programme to help identify potential UNSA cadets. Participants sign up as a family to find out if they have what it takes to be the best of the…

  • Mars: How Far Away…?

    Through 2010-11, we organised a series of conversations titled Mars: How Far Away Is It? where children and their carers could stay behind after Mission To Mars to meet the scientists and artists who had worked on the show and ask any question about space and science. Jon Lloyd, the director…