Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this exclusive virtual event, where Tim Peake, the astronaut who inspired a generation, will be in conversation live from the Exploring Space gallery at the Science Museum to celebrate the publication of his memoir Limitless.
In 2015, Tim Peake travelled to the International Space Station. In this unique event, Tim will talk about his six-month mission, as well as the surprising journey that took him there, all whilst sitting in the Science Museum’s stunning Exploring Space gallery, in front of the Soyuz spacecraft that carried him back to Earth in 2016!
Tim will talk about what life in space is really like: the sights, the smells, the fear, the exhilaration, and the deep, abiding wonder of the view from space. He’ll tell the story of his path to becoming the first Briton in space for nearly 20 years, telling tales of his time training in the British army, and as an Apache helicopter pilot and flight instructor deployed to Bosnia, Northern Ireland and Afghanistan.
This is a unique chance to put the questions you’ve always wanted to ask Tim in our audience Q&A.
Tim will be in conversation with Dr Suzie Imber - Associate Professor in Space Physics and winner of the BBC2 series Astronauts: Do You Have What It Takes?
Don’t miss the chance to purchase your hardback copy of Tim’s new, thrilling autobiography Limitless (RRP £20) with your ticket at checkout.
Get your tickets by clicking here.