King’s College London students speak to UK astronaut in space
12 February 2016
King’s College London students enjoyed the moment of a life time this week as UK astronaut Tim Peake called from the international space station.
Students spent 15 minutes chatting to Tim via conference call in a lecture as part of the BSc module in ‘Extreme Physiology’ and the MSc programmes in Human & Applied Physiology and Space Physiology & Health. Tim, who had visited King’s College London as a guest lecturer in 2011, 2012 and 2013, is currently six weeks into a 6-month trip aboard the international space station.
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