A2 Level Questions

  1. What colors do you see in space pictures?
  2. Do you like to watch movies about space? Which one?
  3. Can you name any planets?
  4. What do astronauts do in space?
  5. Would you like to visit space? Why or why not?
  6. How do you think you feel in space?
  7. What can you see on the moon?
  8. Do you know any famous astronauts?
  9. What do you need to wear in space?
  10. Why is space exploration important?
  11. What is a satellite used for?
  12. Can you name any space agencies?
  13. How do rockets go to space?
  14. What is zero gravity?
  15. What do you think space food is like?
  16. Can people live on Mars?
  17. What is a shooting star really?
  18. Why is the sky dark in space?
  19. What is the biggest planet?
  20. Would you like to float in space?

B1 Level Questions

  1. How do astronauts train for space missions?
  2. What challenges do humans face in space exploration?
  3. How has space technology changed our lives on Earth?
  4. Why do you think we explore space?
  5. Discuss the idea of living on other planets.
  6. What are the benefits of satellite technology?
  7. How do you imagine life in a space station?
  8. What could be the impact of discovering life on other planets?
  9. How do scientists study planets and stars?
  10. What is the role of robots and rovers in space exploration?
  11. How do space missions contribute to science and technology?
  12. What do you think space tourism will be like?
  13. How does space research benefit Earth’s environment?
  14. What is the significance of the International Space Station?
  15. Can you explain what a black hole is?
  16. How do space missions impact international cooperation?
  17. What are the dangers of space debris?
  18. Why is the moon important for space exploration?
  19. How do you think space exploration will change in the next 50 years?
  20. What does the term “exoplanet” mean?

B2 Level Questions

  1. Analyze the ethical implications of colonizing other planets.
  2. Discuss the potential for commercial space travel.
  3. Evaluate the significance of the Mars rovers’ discoveries.
  4. How do space agencies address the challenge of space debris?
  5. Discuss the role of private companies in space exploration.
  6. Analyze the impact of space exploration on international relations.
  7. What are the scientific goals of sending humans to Mars?
  8. How can space technology help in disaster prediction and management?
  9. Evaluate the importance of space treaties and laws.
  10. Discuss the future of human settlements in space.
  11. Analyze the effects of long-duration spaceflight on the human body.
  12. How does the concept of space time challenge our understanding of the universe?
  13. Discuss the importance of the James Webb Space Telescope.
  14. What are the challenges of creating sustainable life support systems in space?
  15. How do cultural representations of space influence public interest in space exploration?
  16. Discuss the concept of asteroid mining and its feasibility.
  17. Evaluate the potential of renewable energy sources in space.
  18. How do scientists search for extraterrestrial life?
  19. Discuss the importance of Earth observation satellites.
  20. Analyze the challenges of interstellar travel.

C1 Level Questions

  1. Critique the notion of space as the final frontier for human exploration.
  2. Discuss the implications of space exploration for understanding the universe’s origins.
  3. Evaluate the potential of gene editing for long-term space travel.
  4. Analyze the role of international collaboration in future space missions.
  5. How do advancements in telescope technology change our view of the cosmos?
  6. Discuss the ethical considerations of terraforming planets.
  7. Evaluate the impact of microgravity on human physiology and psychology.
  8. Analyze the potential for artificial intelligence in space exploration.
  9. Discuss the role of space in addressing global challenges like climate change.
  10. Evaluate the feasibility and ethics of space resource utilization.

C2 Level Questions

  1. Debate the prioritization of space exploration in the context of global issues.
  2. Discuss the philosophical implications of discovering extraterrestrial intelligence.
  3. Analyze the long-term sustainability of human life in extraterrestrial environments.
  4. Critically assess the role of space in shaping future human civilizations.
  5. Explore the implications of the multiverse theory for space exploration.
  6. Debate the impact of militarization of space on global security.
  7. Analyze the intersection of space exploration and human identity.
  8. Evaluate the challenges and opportunities of interplanetary internet.
  9. Critically examine the concept of space sovereignty in the age of commercial space travel.
  10. Debate the ethical considerations of biotechnological enhancements for space travelers.