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Join this interactive for primary school children to find out how we're working out how to keep astronauts safe when they visit the Moon

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Twelve people have walked on the Moon - and if we send more people to the Moon, maybe even live and work there, we want to make sure they're safe! During this interactive workshop you'll find out more about the Moon, and the work we're doing at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory to find materials we could use to build safe a lunar habitat. We'll also talk about an exciting challenge where you can make your own lunar habitat - and an experiment to test how safe it is!

If you are a teacher and would like to do this activity with your class at school, we will send you some materials to help you join in! For those who won't be joining from school, we'll let you know what materials you'll need.

The event is suitable for children in Key Stage 2 (age 8+) and will last for around 60 minutes. It will take place via Zoom - we will send details of how to join to all those who register.

If you are a teacher, and want to invite your whole school or class once term has started, please email visitral@stfc.ac.uk and we may be able to arrange a specific session.

If you're not able to join the webinar live, but would like a recording of it, please register and select the option to receive the recording on the order form. If you would like to join this event from a school and cannot use Zoom, please let us know on the registration form and we will do our best to accommodate you via another platform.

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