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Science Storytelling: Fly me to the moon

  • Date 03 Aug 2019
  • Time 14:00-15:00
  • Category Lecture

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Science Storytelling : Fly me to the moon

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, Royal Holloway Physics in collaboration with Creative Junction, SEPnet and the kind support of the Institute of Physics is doing three science story telling workshops as part of Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge at The Curve. This is a free event for families and will include pre-primary and early-primary school activities. The third workshop will be about space exploration and rockets.  This is a free Physics event and everyone is welcome. No booking is required, but we advise you to register your interest at


Location : The Curve, Slough

2019 08 03 Fly Me To The Moon

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