Murray is a Science teacher with the NSW Department of Education with a passion for space science, astronomy, robotics, rocketry and STEM/STEAM. He has attended Space Camp USA and Space Camp Turkey and has worked with representatives of the national and international space and astronomy community to bring engaging learning experiences to his students and their community. Murray lives in Sydney with his 2 children and can often be found looking up at the stars and exploring the hidden mysteries of the universe.
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