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If you've read the autobiographies of the different Space Team members, you've learned a lot about their careers, what they like most and least about their jobs, and what they like to do in their spare time. We'd like to give you a chance to tell everyone about yourself, too.
Here are some questions you might want to think about for your autobiography:
What school do you go to and what grade are you in?
What's your favorite subject in school? What's your least favorite subject?
Do you have any hobbies or interests outside of school?
How are you or your class/school involved in the Space Team Online project?
What do you think living in space would be like?
Do you think you will be living on the International Space Station or traveling to another planet in your lifetime?
Are you interested in pursuing any of the careers of the Space Team?
Again, these are just suggestions for things you may wish to write about. But feel free to write about things that you feel most describe you, and are most important to you. Once you've written your autobiography, you may wish set it aside for a couple of days and then go back to read it, or have a parent, brother or sister, teacher or friend read it. This is called proofreading, and it will help you pick out misspellings and grammatical errors that you may not have seen the first time.
After you have written your "Junior Space Team Online" autobiography, send it to us.