Celebrating women in science

Be inspired to reach for the stars with these Women of NASA LEGO® kits. The set features figurines of Margaret Hamilton (software engineer), Sally Ride (first American woman in space), Mae Jemison (first African-American woman in space), and Nancy Grace Roman (Hubble Space Telescope). Role-play space exploration from planning to moon landing – just like these women who have made groundbreaking contributions to NASA and space exploration.


To be in the running for a Women of NASA LEGO® kits from, answer the following questionnaire. The most interesting answers will win.

1. When did the first woman travel into space? a) 1963, b) 2006, c) 2017, d) women haven’t traveled in space yet.

2. Who is your role model and what is it you admire about them?

3. What contribution would you like to make to space exploration?



Box of LEGO themed 'Women of NASA'Purple Turtle Toys logo

How to enter

To be in the running to win this fantastic prize, send us your entry with your name, age, address and Double Helix subscriber number*. Get a parent's permission, ask them to sign each piece of paper, and then send it to CSIRO Double Helix Competitions, GPO Box 1700, Canberra ACT 2601 by 14 April 2018. Or, email your entry with your details to The best entries in each competition will win the prize.

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Terms and conditions of entry

  1. To be valid, all entries must include name, address, age of entrant and Double Helix subscriber number.
  2. All entries become the property of CSIRO and will not be returned.
  3. Entering the competition assigns copyright to CSIRO.
  4. Entries will be judged on creative merit, not by chance.
  5. Age will be taken into consideration when judging.
  6. All decisions on competitions are final and will not be discussed further.
  7. Winners will be notified by mail and the names of competition winners only will be published three issues later.
  8. CSIRO shall not be liable for any damage or loss suffered in connection with any of the prizes.
  9. Any change in value of the prize between the publishing date and the delivery date is not the responsibility of CSIRO.
  10. In the case that prizes become unavailable after the publishing date, CSIRO will send an alternative prize.
  11. The closing date for this issue's entries is 14 April 2018.
  12. Competition entries must be the entrant's own work.
  13. It is the responsibility of the entrant to ensure copyright of their entry is not assigned elsewhere.
  14. Winners should allow six weeks for prize delivery.


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