What’s small, cube-shaped and hangs 600 miles above your house? Bring the whole family along to help Muza and Mikey try to get some very small satellites into space! In this first session they meet crazy characters from all over the world, who all urgently need to send things into apace – inside small cubes made in Scotland! They will tell you how you and your family can make your own ‘CubeSat’ at home to show the group in a second session, at 4.30 pm on Tuesday 4 September. The best one wins a prize, judged by a real satellite-maker from AAC Clyde Space.
For ages 7–12 and their families. Young people must be joined by a parent or other adult for the full durations of both sessions.
Numbers are limited, and booking is essential, £2 per family. The link for the booking will appear here shortly.
Produced by the Institute of Physics in Scotland, in association with AAC Clyde Space