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Come along to the James Street Amphitheatre, located in the Perth Cultural Centre, and have out-of-this-world fun playing Kerbal Space Program - a popular computer game. Kerbals on the Super Screen will be held on Thursday 21st August, Friday 22nd August and Saturday 23rd August 2014, between 6.00pm and 6.45pm, each day.
As part of National Science Week, Kerbals on the Super Screen, is a free event, and is sure to be lots of fun, and very interesting for all ages.
Join Perth-based physicist, comedian and Mars One astronaut candidate Josh Richards, and play the critically acclaimed computer game Kerbal Space Program on the Cultural Centres massive Super Screen. Use rocket parts and real-life physics to build your own rockets, explore space and attempt a landing on the Moon or on Mars. Josh Richards will explain the challenges faced by astronauts venturing into outer space and exploring the final frontier.
If you have you ever dreamt of building and flying your own spaceship, here's your chance to have a go. Kerbal Space Program is a popular computer game where players create and manage their own space program. Players get to build spacecraft, fly them, and help the Kerbals to take off on the ultimate mission to conquer outer-space.
For further information about the Kerbals on the Super Screen events, visit the National Science Week website or phone 0481 303 457.