On Thursday 14 April, ESA astronaut Tim Peake connected live from space with teachers in Norway, UK, and Poland.
Tim Peake, currently living and working on the International Space Station (ISS), answered teachers’ questions regarding STEM and space careers.
Primary and secondary school teachers and students, as well as space scientists and engineers, gathered at national events taking place at York, Warsaw, and Oslo, from where they watched Tim on the ISS.
The events were organised by ESA’s ESERO UK, ESERO Poland, and Nordic ESERO offices (the latter covering Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland).
For the second part of the call Tim was joined by Space Station crewmates NASA astronauts Jeff Williams and Tim Kopra for an interview with Associated Press.