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Ice from Above: Our Place in Space

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  • ClockSaturday 27 August 2022, 10:00-16:00
  • HouseThe Polar Museum.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Charlotte Connelly.

Join the team at The Polar Museum and help to map the coldest places on planet Earth with our large floor maps.

Satellites circle our planet, remotely mapping important things about the world using different kinds of light. How deep are the lakes? How thick is the ice? Are the forests getting smaller? Drop-in and discover how seeing the Polar Regions from above can unlock their secrets.

Using large maps on the lecture theatre floor, children will use different kinds of light to discover hidden features.

This is a drop-in, family-friendly and hands-on activity that is open to everyone.

This talk is part of the Polar Museum public events series.

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