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Explosive Science Age 7 upwards Booking Required
Join Professor Chris Bishop, presenter of the 2008 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, for a spectacular family talk packed with explosive demonstrations. Discover the difference between a low explosive and a high explosive, and see how explosives are used to save lives. This is your chance to witness a detonation shockwave travelling at a speed of over two thousand metres per second.
Warning: loud bangs!
This talk is part of the Professor Chris Bishop series.
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