Zone Archive

There’s links here to all the Astro Support Team in all the zones we’ve run since October 2015.

Each column can be reordered (click on the title). Or you can always use CTRL-F to search for a particular scientist, topic or zone.

Name About me and my work Zone name Date
Steve PriceHelping shape the futureChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Jonathan ScottWhen I was 5 years old I wanted to be an astronaut; 30 years later I now work with astronauts, identifying ways to make their missions safer and more productiveChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Adrianos GolemisMedical Doctor, medical researcher at the Antarctic Concordia Station space analogue (2014)Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Andrew PitsillidesChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Beth HealyI’m a medical doctor working in Antarctica as a researcher for the European Space Agency on ‘White Mars’.Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Camilla WeissI build spacecraft!Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Claudie HaignereI’m a European astronaut, and I was the first French woman in space. Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Delma ChildersI investigate how some of the smallest forms of life (bacteria) adapt and grow in space.Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Floris Van Den BergResearch Doctor in Antarctica for the European Space AgencyChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Jean-François ClervoyEuropean Space Agency astronautChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Jon FarrowCHRISTMAS LECTURES Assistant at the Royal Insitution – helped to coordinate all the demonstrations and guests.Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Julia AttiasI’m a PhD student at King’s College London researching into ways that will help to protect astronauts bodies in spaceChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Katie HassellNot too hot, not too cold, just rightChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Kevin FongI spend my time exploring and learning about different systems and searching for ways to do risky things more safelyChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Michaela MusilovaI’m an astrobiologist, extremophile scientist and Martian analogue astronaut Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Nigel MarleyChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Olympia BrownI run the CHRISTMAS LECTURES at the Royal InstitutionChristmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Rochelle VelhoI am a medical doctor that works in the emergency department with research that combines space medicine and intensive care medicine. Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Shefali SharmaI am a rocket scientist and I work with the guys who make spacecrafts 🙂Christmas LecturesChristmas 2015
Tom MorseI build experiments and cameras to send into Space!Training ZoneOctober 2015
Beth HealeyI’m a medical doctor working in Antarctica as a researcher for the European Space Agency on ‘White Mars’. Training ZoneOctober 2015
Columbus Flight DirectorsWe lead Mission Control in Munich, to look after the Columbus Module and the ISS crew!Training ZoneOctober 2015
Jonathan ScottWhen I was 5 years old I wanted to be an astronaut; 30 years later I now work with astronauts, identifying ways to make their missions safer and more productiveTraining ZoneOctober 2015
Anne VisscherThrough my research I try to understand how some plant seeds can survive extreme conditions, such as those found in spaceTraining ZoneOctober 2015
Tim PeakeSpent 6 months living and working on the International Space StationLaunch ZoneDecember 2015
Julia AttiasI’m a PhD student at King’s College London researching into ways that will help to protect astronauts bodies in spaceLaunch ZoneDecember 2015
Delma ChildersI investigate how some of the smallest forms of life (bacteria) adapt and grow in space.Launch ZoneDecember 2015
Andrew WinnardMeet my awesome space mascot Monkonaut Sam click here I am a Space Scientist and Physiotherapist trying to stop astronauts getting back pain with a device called FREDLaunch ZoneDecember 2015
Alexander FinchI design and build satellites normally, but right now I’m in Antarctica!Launch ZoneDecember 2015
Simon ChallisI’m part of Mission Control in Munich, looking after the Columbus Module and the ISS crew! I will be ‘on-console’ during Tim’s Mission.Launch ZoneDecember 2015
Elie AllouisI am a Mission And Robotics Systems Engineer working on Future Planetary robotics mission conceptsOrbit ZoneMarch 2016
Columbus OperationsIf you’ve ever seen Apollo 13, and remember all the people on the ground, talking into headsets, staring at telemetry, and fixing problems… Well, that’s our job!Orbit ZoneMarch 2016
Floris Van Den BergResearch Doctor in Antarctica for the European Space AgencyOrbit ZoneMarch 2016
Jenn WadsworthI’m an Astrobiologist working on microbes that are currently on the International Space Station, looking at how they can survive in space!Orbit ZoneMarch 2016
Richard MossAstronaut TrainerOrbit ZoneMarch 2016
Vinita MarwahaI’m a Space Operations Engineer at the European Space Agency (ESA), working on operations preparation for the European Robotic Arm to be launched to the ISS.. I’m also the founder of a website called Rocket Women, which inspires young women to consider a career in STEM. Prior to becoming a consultant, I worked as an ISS Operations Engineer at the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and at the European Space Agency (ESA) focusing on spacesuit design & EVA (spacewalk) training.Touchdown ZoneJune 2016
Kirsty LindsayI am a PhD student and I look at keeping people’s backs healthy, including astronauts.Touchdown ZoneJune 2016
Columbus OperationsIf you’ve ever seen Apollo 13, and remember all the people on the ground, talking into headsets, staring at telemetry, and fixing problems… Well, that’s our job!Touchdown ZoneJune 2016
Charles LaingI’m a British 🇬🇧 space physiologist working for the German Space Agency 🇩🇪 on new ways to keep astronauts healthy on a long duration missions – such as one to Mars 🚀. I work at :envihab in Cologne, which is the laboratory where Tim Peake will sleep in when he comes back from space.Touchdown ZoneJune 2016
Andrea BoydThe Eurocoms are the voice that you hear talking back to space when the astronauts call Earth!Touchdown ZoneJune 2016
Beth HealeyI’m a medical doctor working in Antarctica as a researcher for the European Space Agency on ‘White Mars’. Debrief ZoneJune 2016
Jenn WadsworthI’m an Astrobiologist working on microbes that are currently on the International Space Station, looking at how they can survive in space!Debrief ZoneJune 2016
Julia AttiasI’m a PhD student at King’s College London researching into ways that will help to protect astronauts bodies in spaceDebrief ZoneJune 2016
Tim PeakeSpent 6 months living and working on the International Space StationDebrief ZoneJune 2016
Charlie LaingI’m a British 🇬🇧 space physiologist working for the German Space Agency 🇩🇪 on new ways to keep astronauts healthy on a long duration missions – such as one to Mars 🚀Debrief ZoneJune 2016