A group of children from schools across the Vale of Glamorgan have returned from an 'unforgettable' trip to NASA. They took part in junior astronaut training, learnt the physics behind a rocket launch to learn what it takes to become an astronaut or scientist.
It was organised through ISSET, a company that specialises in inspirational and exciting space trips and workshops.
Pupils from Barry Island Primary School, St Joseph's, and Evenlode Primary School worked together to help the trip to the US take flight.
Throughout the visit they were able to visit behind the scenes at Nasa and SeaWorld. From visiting the famous Vehicle assembly building and launch pads at Cape Canaveral to shadowing the veterinary staff at SeaWorld to witness Xrays on an alligator and ultrasounds on pregnant dolphins.