To Mars with Mitch Schulte14 September 2021
Learn about Mars and Perseverance with Mitch Schulte
MethaneSAT, with the New Zealand Space Agency22 April 2021
Learn about MethaneSAT, New Zealand's first official space mission as a country. The New Zealand Astrobiology Network interviewed Dr Peter Crabtree, Head of the NZ Space Agency, Dr Sara Mikaloff-Fletcher, Lead Researcher for the mission and Steven Hamburg, Chief Scientist, EDF, as New Zealand joined its first official space mission to combat climate change.
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Cosmic Star Safari announcement7 April 2021
Thanks to your support, one lucky school from the Carterton District gets a Cosmic Star Safari!
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Terms and conditions to enter the Cosmic Star Safari for schools.24 March 2021
Competition Terms and Conditions of entry These terms and conditions relate to the Cosmic Star Safari Competition (the Competition). By entering this Competition you accept these terms and condition and agree to follow the Competition rules. The Competition is open to any school in the Carterton District (Student/s). Students may submit an individual entry or work together in groups to […]
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Mars exhibition opens at Stonehenge Aotearoa18 November 2020
Would you live on Mars? Come and check out our Mars exhibition at Stonehenge Aotearoa and decide for yourself! See you on Mars!
Is there Life on Venus?18 September 2020
Professor Ian Hawes and Professor Kathy Campbell about the recent Venus discovery.
Wildfire science, solar system secrets and ocean acidification on Nine to Noon20 February 2020
Professor Kathy Campbell, is in conversation with Kathryn from Nine to Noon to talk about fire science and what does the Murchison meteorite tell us.
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Breakfast with an astronaut13 November 2019
Students from Oxford Area School who participated in Synergies in Space Mission to Mars last year have the opportunity to meet a real astronaut.
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We are back on “Mars”4 November 2019
New Zealand Astrobiology Network in collaboration with Mars Society New Zealand, Mars Society Australia and the University of Canterbury (UC) have selected a student to be part of Crew 215 of the Mars Desert Research Station simulation.
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Science, education and engagement at the Astrobiology Australasia Meeting 201821 October 2019
The first international astrobiology conference in New Zealand, AAM2018 was an extraordinary opportunity for engagement. In addition to the main conference, there was an informal ‘no host’ function which saw significant turn out, an astrobiology workshop for teachers held one day in advance and numerous other engagements from Dr Seth Shostak, Dr Mitch Schulte, Dr Lindsay Hays and Dr Angelica Angles.
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