Do you need water to support life?

What's the worst space travel hazard?

INQUIRY. COMPLEXITY. THE BIG PICTURE.

"What defines a successful discussion? It is when you walk out with more questions, than answers"

- Peter Senge

Can microbes change planets?

How would you design a kind AI?

Who sets space laws?

Is it ethical to terraform planets?

Are flat planets possible?

Can ice be hot and not melt?

Is a single water molecule wet?

Should we modify the human genome for space travel?

​In our classes we model, teach and support a fundamental cognitive and scientific skill: inquiry.

 

Immersed in the exciting fields of space sciences, physics, and astrobiology, our students learn to analyze problems from different perspectives, recognize interconnections and identify feedback loops.

 

Working alongside peers from around the globe, students practice posing questions in novel situations, and develop critical thinking by modeling complex systems and human error.

 

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