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March 14, 2009, 10:28 am

How do you become a space scientist?

It's not easy - but by no means impossible, even if your background looks like it might be against you - read how it can be done, and if it's your dream too, then go for it! There's plenty about molecules along the way!

[BBC News]

Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock is the wonderful proof of how, against all the odds, it is possible to live out your dreams and become a space scientist 

How much higher (than space!) can anyone want to fly in their career?

Of course, the journey couldn't be described as easy - but the hard work was certainly worth it!

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Do you have a dream to do something exciting one day? 

Why not start looking now to see how to do it...

... don't let the word 'impossible' get in your way, there are often different paths that can be followed to get where you want to go to

- so get searching for a path that you can start walking today and enjoy every step along the way!!! 

 

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Forum question
Do molecules behave differently in space? If they do, then we could conduct experiments in space involving molecules and maybe even discover something new.