Vinita Marwaha Madill is an advocate for women in STEM, with a drive to inspire the next generation. Vinita is passionate about human spaceflight and exploration. Most recently, she has been based at the European Space Agency (ESA) working on future human spaceflight projects as a Space Operations Engineer, mainly for the European Robotic Arm (ERA) project, due to be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) next year. Vinita is founder of Rocket Women.
Can you tell us how spacesuits are made?
splendid_fox, The Ruth Gorse Academy
Is it an honour to work on the International Space Station?
succinct_leaves, Braiswick Primary School
Do you think that space exploration is worth the colossal environmental damage it causes?
lovable_writer, Graveney School
How does funding trips to space affect our economy?
focused_violin, Allerton High School
Is there any way that people would be able to have a life on Mars that is similar to Earth?
enlightened_writer, Preston Manor School
Do you believe that is harder for women to have a career in space exploration?
honourable_conclusion, Weston Favell Academy
Your job seem so fascinating. What was the pathway to it?
Creative_sparrow, Ruth Gorse Academy