Manchester Science Festival 2011 – We’ll be there 28th October

A group of us will be at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry tomorrow (28/10) as part of Manchester Science Festival 2011, the country’s most popular science festival. Come along to see moon rock up close, hold meteorites over 4.5 billion years old and meet experts in planetary science (us!).

During the day you can find us at “Amazing Astronomy” in the Air and Space hall from 10:30 AM -3:30 PM. We’ll also be around in the evening  from 6 – 7:30 PM during the build up to “Out of this world:A spacetacular Manchester adventure“.

If you can’t make it we’ll be posting photos and writing about the event here on the blog very soon..!
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Today we saw BBC Science Presenter Greg Foot give a very interesting talk about going from a science degree to working in science communication in the media. Greg is one half of Science Junkie who will be at The Plaza outside Lowry Outlet Mall tomorrow, also part of Manchester Science Festival. Go along to find out about the science of free running and other extreme sports! After you’ve been to see us at MOSI of course!

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About Jennifer Claydon

I'm a PhD student studing xenon in meteorites. I am interested in what the chemical and physical environment of the early solar system was like. I also study the timing of events in the early solar system.
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