The South Australian Space School (SASS) held its first sessions back in 1997. We have selected images from the schools to highlight these times. If you are a past graduate and have images you would like included, please contact us!
The National Space Camp is an extension for SASS graduates. This has included opportunities for graduates to visit Woomera Rocket Range in outback South Australia, Canberra (including deep space tracking stations and Mount Stromlo Observatory) and Victorian Space Science Education Centre (Mission to Mars).
2009 + Mission to Mars
2015 ABC interview with Barry "Butch" Wilmore
2017 Space School in recess due to IAC2017
2020 > COVID-19 no Space School
2017 catch up with Andy Thomas
Listen to Adelaide born astronaut Dr Andy Thomas AO in Adelaide for the International Astronautical Congress. He talks with David Bevan about what it was like to go into space on board the Space Shuttle Endeavour and how he had to learn Russian for his mission on the Mir Space Station - recorded 27 September 2017 . [23:17]