🚀5Red’s Stupendous Space Trip🛰

Today we had the fantastic opportunity to visit the Space Centre.

We gained lots of new knowledge and showed our Broad Heath values throughout the day. Here are some of the things we learnt and enjoyed.

We had a fantastic day and achieved so much knowledge.

  • Challenge questions
  • How many years did the universe take to create?
  • How many hours each day do astronauts need to exercise for in space?
  • How did the astronauts sleep in the international space station?
  • What was your favourite part?
  • What new knowledge did you gain?


22 thoughts on “🚀5Red’s Stupendous Space Trip🛰

  1. How many hours each day do astronauts need to exercise for in space?
    2hours
    How did the astronauts sleep in the international space station?
    By strapping themselves to a wall
    What was your favourite part?
    All of it
    What new knowledge did you gain?
    I gained knowledge about dangers in space and how the universe was created

  2. 1.9.2 billion years
    2. 2 hours a day
    3. I think they would’ve strapped themselves to the wall and sleep
    4.The movie because it looked so realistic and it looked like they
    popped out the screen.
    5.I learnt there are 3 gas planets.

  3. 1. 13.8billion years ago
    2.2hours and 30 minutes a day
    3. Room made of pillows and mattresses
    4. On the mars deck
    5. Atoms and how dangerous it is to be in space

  4. 1 it take 9.2million
    2 2 hours per a day
    3 they where sleeping in a sleeping bag
    4 my favourite part is the big rocket and doing stuff in there
    5 I learned how the rocket if real and watching the show

  5. 1. It took 9.2 billion years which was a really long time
    2. They train for 2 hours
    3. They have to attach themselves to sleep
    4. Our favourite part was the movie/show
    5. I learnt that the universe was created by the Big Bang
    We loved the trip so much thank for taking us to the space centre it was so exciting and so fun we loved the space centre
    Mahmuda and Afreen

  6. 1. It takes 9.2 billion years
    2. 2 hours
    3. They strap them selves to the wall
    4. When we watched the short film in the dome
    5. We learned how Astronauts live in space and how the Universe was created

  7. How many years did the universe take to create?
    9.2 billion years
    How many hours each day do astronauts need to exercise for in space?
    2 hours
    How did the astronauts sleep in the international space station?
    They strapped themselves to the wall.
    What was your favourite part?
    The show
    What new knowledge did you gain?
    I learnt about the Big Bang

    Safa and Amelia

  8. love the school tripFrom Abraham and Sara.
    My favourite part of the trip is going inside and looking.
    What was your favourite part of the trip¿
    We are part of the trip was the movie.👍

  9. Challenge questions
    1. How many years did the universe take to create?
    It took 9.2 billion years.
    2. How many hours each day do astronauts need to exercise for in space?
    They had to exercise for 2 hours.
    3. How did the astronauts sleep in the international space station?
    They tape themselves to the wall.
    4. What was your favourite part?
    My favourite part was the show.
    5. What new knowledge did you gain?
    I know that how big a actual rocket ship is

  10. 1.it took 9.2billion years
    2.astrounauts needed to excercise for 2 hours
    3.astrounauts will strap themselves to the wall to sleep in space
    4.my favourite part was when we watched the show
    5.i learned that it took 9.2 billion years to create the universe

  11. 1. It took 9.2 billion years.
    2. They need to exercise for 2 hours.
    3. They would strap themselfs to the walls.
    4. My favourite part was the show
    5. I learnt that astronauts need to exercise for 2 hour.

  12. 1. It took 9.2 billion years.
    2. They need to exercise for 2 hours.
    3. They would strap themselfs to the walls.
    4. My favourite part was the show
    5. I learnt that astronauts need to exercise for 2 hours.

  13. 1. It took 9.2 billion years
    2. Astronauts take 2 hours a day to train.
    3. They strap themself to a wall and sleep.
    4. My favourite part was when we went to the big rocket, because i overcame my fear of elevators breaking and heights!
    5. The knowledge I gained was how the planets are and how they work, and how much temperature it is on there for humans.

  14. 1. I took 13 .7 billion years create our universe.
    2. To exercise 2 1/2 hours a day.
    3. They slept in sleeping bags and strapped them on the wall and they strapped the head so they won’t float away.
    3. My favourite part is when we were watching the theatre.
    4. The new knowledge I gained was when I understand how the universe was made.

    • 1 it took 9.2 billion years
      2. It takes 2ours to train
      3 they strapped them self to a wall and slept
      4 I liked the movie
      5 I understand how the knowledge was made

  15. 1.How many years did the universe take to create?
    Over a billion years.
    2.How many hours each day do astronauts need to exercise for in space?
    2 Hours a day.
    3.How did the astronauts sleep in the international space station?
    They strap themselves into the wall so they don’t float away.
    4.What was your favourite part?
    My favorite part was when we all watched the show in the big dome.
    5.What new knowledge did you gain?
    I know how big a real rocket is and I know about the suits astronauts wear in space.
    It was amazing and fun!

  16. How many years did the universe take to create?
    9.2 billion years
    How many hours each day do astronauts need to exercise for in space?
    2 hours per day
    How did the astronauts sleep in the international space station?
    They lie in a sleeping bag which is strapped to the wall.
    What was your favourite part?
    My favourite part was the cinema. I liked the screen was on the ceiling.
    What new knowledge did you gain?
    I learnt how the Big Bang was created, how the solar system was created and how astronauts lived in rockets.

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