The Hubble Space Telescope | Image: NASA
Look up at night and you will see a whole lot of space out there.
With less than 70 years of sending things into space under our belts, the future up above is almost limitless. Space technology can also help us here on Earth.
In this zone you’ll meet an engineer using satellites to find patterns in nature to work out where nature is disappearing, another testing materials for new spacecraft, and another using satellite imagery to study the environment and write computer programs. One engineer is planning future missions to asteroids, while another is trying to figure out how the Earth works using satellite data, and helping others to do the same.
And the winner is… (3 comments)
Is engineering a job you can do but have spare time or are you constantly working on a project (1 comment)
Are any of your family members engineers? (2 comments)
Join tonight's live chat with engineers, 7–8pm (2 comments)
your job looks so cool. do you think people will ever be able to time travel (2 comments)
What is the best thing about engineering? (1 comment)
What do you think will happen in ten years if we don't combat climate change? (1 comment)
What is the coolest thing you have made to aid in space travel? (1 comment)
In your opinion how big is space? (1 comment)
What does an engineer do? (1 comment)