How? Well, it’s easy, all you have to do is to come up with an idea (or perhaps more ideas) of the basic science experiment with some simple and easy understand explanation on its procedure as well as the expected outcome. The experiment must be simple, easy to understand by children and easy to be carried out by Japanese Astronaut Furukawa during his next long stay mission in Japanese experiment module, Kibo on the ISS. Then send us you ideas by filling up the application form (attach together with this email) and send it (via postal mail, email, fax or website) to ANGKASA by 25 January 2011 (Tuesday) before 5pm. I know time is too short but why not give it a try, who knows your ideas maybe selected for next year “Ideas for Try Zero G in Space”.
More details about this program can be found in “Ideas for Try Zero G in Space.pdf”. Please be informed that we are currently working on updating our website for the details information of this program with some useful links to the experimental videos recorded previously by JAXA. So stay tune and check up our website frequently for the next two or three to get more inspiration to create your own unique and novel ideas.
Please do not hesitate to contact me (email@example.com) or my colleagues Mr. Jong Tze Kian (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ms Nur’ Fazilah (email@example.com) if you have any queries.
Thank you for your attention.
Lau Chen Chen
National Space Agency (ANGKASA)
Lot 53, Jalan Perdana
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 – 2273 4303/ 5484 Fax : 03 – 2273 5488
Website : www.angkasa.gov.my/planetarium