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Space Security: The New Frontier

Space is common for all nations on earth and every country has the right to use space as resources in outer space are necessary for applications

Age Group

11 - 14

Grade Level: 

Middle School

Total Hours

15 hours

Course Modules

• Introduction To Space Security • Governing Outer Space • Going Into Space • Rockets • Hands-on "Rolling Rolling Pinwheel Galaxy" • Wylder Going To Space • Hands-on "Meet And Eat The Asteroids" • Navigation Engineer • Hands-on "How To Make A Sundial" • Cyber Security Specialist • Hands-on "How To Make A Satellite" • Earth Observation Scientist • Hands-on "How To Make A Solar System" • Mechanical Engineering • Hands-on "How To Make A Robot"

Learning Outcomes

• Understand the concept of space security and its importance in ensuring access to space resources for all nations. • Learn about the governance of outer space through international space laws and treaties. • Gain knowledge about different types of spacecraft and their functions in space exploration. • Explore the history, development, and working principles of rockets used for space travel. • Learn about the characteristics and properties of galaxies, specifically the Pinwheel Galaxy, and create a model of a spiral galaxy. • Understand the role and responsibilities of various space• related professions, such as astronauts, navigation engineers, Earth observation scientists, and mechanical engineers.

Course Elements

• Quizzes • Video Quests • Video Scenarios • Hands-on Activities • Downloadables • Videos

Course Overview

The term space security refers to access to space without any hurdles. Space is common for all nations on earth and every country has the right to use space as resources in outer space are necessary for applications such as global communications, weather forecasting, global navigation, surveillance, space exploration, science, and research, these space resources are therefore needed to be secured from natural and man-made threats

This course includes:

4 Quizzes
5 Video Quests
4 Video Scenarios
5 Hands-on Activities
3 Downloadables

Related careers:

Astronaut
Spacecraft Engineer
Space Policy Analyst

Skills you will gain:

Creativity
Problem-solving
Thinking skills
Cognitive skills
Observation skills

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Client Reviews


My son had a blast with the Space Security ! He loved learning about space exploration and creating his own sundial. Thanks for making learning fun! Sarah J.

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