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From Satellite to Submarine: 2018 Science Week

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Adelaide, SA 5000

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Thanks for your interest in the State Library Curriculum Learning Experiences. There will be more programs available next term. More information: www.slsa.sa.gov.au/communitylearning Enquiries: 82077239
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Dr Jeanette Dixon AM will take teachers on a journey into space to learn about:

  • The importance of man-made satellites for humans on earth.
  • Researching life in space on the international space station-the largest artificial satellite.
  • Gaining essential knowledge for future manned missions to mars and back to the moon.

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Phone us: 8207 7239 or email us: slsacommunitylearning@sa.gov.au

Image credit: NASA/Goddard

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State Library of SA, meet in the Glass Foyer

Spence Wing

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Adelaide, SA 5000

Australia

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