Discover the Night Sky Astronomy Classes – Thursdays in March and August

Learn more about astronomy in the Melbourne Planetarium’s after-dark astronomy classes. Every Thursday evening in March and August, Scienceworks presents a series of special evening classes in the Melbourne Planetarium. Each Discover the Night Sky...
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The Lightbulb Moment

The Intelligibles will turn your house upside-down, inside out, shake it all around and see what science spills out. Puzzle over the uncrackable egg and discover spaghetti’s snappy secret. From the chemistry in your kitchen to the bubbles in your...
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Dinner with the Stars - an SKA event

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Deep future: the next 100,000 years of life on earth

As a part of the Back to Booktown Festival, Free Range Science brings together author Dr Curt Stager (University of Maine), Climate Change Adaptation researcher Prof Darryn McEvoy (RMIT University) and social ethicist Dr Jeremy Moss (University of...
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Rock Me Galileo!

Performed directly in-schools, Rock Me Galileo takes students on a wild ride through the discoveries of Galileo – the father of modern science! In an hilarious combo of pop songs and comic sketches take an exhilarating trip through the...
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Dinner with the Stars - Limited places, click here for more info

Join Phil Diamond, leader of CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science, at the Victorian Space Science Education Centre (VSSEC). Discover the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) and why it is important for Australia. Enjoy a fully catered three course meal and...
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Will the world end in 2012? The astronomical evidence

What’s all this about the world ending in 2012? What do modern astronomers have to say about these predictions? Just what is meant to happen, and how likely is it to happen? Free Range Science is proud to present internationally awarded UK...
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Black Holes, Spaghetti and Explosions

The University of Ballarat and Australian Institute of Physics teamed up to provide a mind-blowing event for schools in western Victoria during National Science Week 2010. AIP sponsored UK Physicist Professor Elizabeth Winstanley enthralled her...
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Why's Uranus up-side-down?

Prof. Fred Watson will talk about his work as Astronomer-in-Charge of the Australian Astronomical Observatory at Siding Spring NSW. Using the latest images from Mars and Saturn, Fred will share the extraordinary insights we have recently gained...
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Discover the Night Sky (Lecture series) - Backyard Astronomy

Discover a new mystery of the night sky. It’s not just stars you can see in the night sky - planets, comets, shooting stars and satellites are all there if you know when and where to look. Navigate by the stars and discover how you can become a...
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