The quirky ideas kids are coming up with to support life in space
Aussie kids are being given the opportunity to get involved in a space challenge!
The Australian Virtual Astronaut Challenge is open for children all around the country to design a solution to produce food to support life on the moon.
The challenge is free for all students in years 5-10.
Fizzics Education Founder Ben Newsome told Deborah Knight it’s a great initiative.
“We’ve had people looking at how they could use mushrooms to make a habitat.
“We had people making their own robots that could move food from one spot to another without radiation issues.”
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You can find out more at AVA2022.org