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Is the Universe shaped like a donut, pancake or tomato? Which moon is chocolate-coloured? Are asteroids really ‘lumpy potatoes’? If Earth was an apple, would planet Mercury be a plum, grape or blueberry? Tour the Solar System, learn amazing facts about Space – and chomp on tasty snacks as you go – with multi-award-winning children’s author Steve Parker.
Steve has written dozens of space books for all ages and held hundreds of fun workshops in schools, libraries and exhibition centres. Don’t eat too much breakfast before you arrive!
Suitable for ages 6-11.
The Institute of Physics, North East Branch are proud sponsors of this event.
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