Astronaut: Life as a Scientist and Engineer in Space
Imagine working in a laboratory that’s 200 miles above Earth’s surface. You perform experiments on microbes, metals and even your own body. You travel to work on a spacecraft, work alongside robots and drink your own recycled urine! It’s all in a day’s work for Tim Peake and the other astronauts who live and work aboard the International Space Station. This fascinating look at the life of an astronaut introduces readers to the real-life applications of STEM subjects and includes a Q&A for any reader who feels that a career in space science could be for them!