What's it like being an astronaut? Find out with Michael Foale, one of the most experienced British-born astronauts who completed both his undergraduate and PhD degrees at the University of Cambridge. There are no age restrictions to attend this event. Unless you choose to opt out, any proceeds from your ticket will be treated as a donation to the charity International Space School Educational Trust (ISSET) which utilises Space and Space exploration to inspire and motivate people of all ages to believe that they can become what they want to be.
In 1997 Mike was on board the Russian Mir space station with two other cosmonauts when it was hit by a supply craft - the worst collision in the history of spaceflight. It sent the space station tumbling out of control and left the team without power and contact with Earth. Come and hear the story of how events unfolded at this unique event.
Mike has flown on 6 Space Shuttle missions, a Soyuz and commanded the International Space Stations. As well as saving the Mir space station, he was the first Briton to perform a space walk, during which he saved the Hubble Space Telescope.
Chris Barber is the Director of the International Space School Educational Trust and Founder of the Mission Discovery programs.
ISSET works in partnership with some of the worlds leading space organisations to deliver unique learning opportunities for students of all ages. Visit isset.org for more information.