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Friday 9th of October 10:00am

Robotic Arm Challenges

There is two robotic arms on the International Space Station to help astronauts carry out research. Take on our challenges and see if you can perform everyday tasks using the robotic arms.
Friday 9th of October 10:00am

Heat Shield

An actual Space Shuttle heat-shield tile will be on show daily, with our expert team on hand to tell you all about the dangerous journey into space and back again.
Friday 9th of October 10:00am

Sokol Suit Experience

Come along and meet our very own ‘astronaut’! Glasgow Science Centre is proud to have a replica of the Sokol Suit Tim Peake will wear during rocket launch and re-entry to Earth on his upcoming mission. Our Science Communicators will be wearing this suit and be on hand to answer any questions about its design and Tim’s Principia mission.
Friday 9th of October 10:00am

Fallen Stars

Our team will be on hand to show you some incredible pieces of space that have fallen to Earth. These are the oldest things you'll ever touch pieces of space-rock that are 4.6 billion years old!
Friday 9th of October 12:00pm

Under the Sea 3D

Recent discoveries using earth- and space-based telescopes have revealed a universe teeming with planets, and abundant in water. Might there be life elsewhere in our cosmos? On planets or moons just next door, in our own solar system? Or on distant exoplanets orbiting alien suns?
Friday 9th of October 2:00pm

Clever Camouflage

Where have all the animals gone? Find out how different animals hide in the wild using “clever” camouflage and make your own “clever” camouflage mask.
Friday 9th of October 2:00pm

We Are Aliens

Are we alone? Is it possible to find life beyond earth? Take a journey to find out in this Rupert Grint narrated 360o Planetarium film from the award-winning NSC Creative team.
Friday 9th of October 2:30pm

Lung Dissection

Watch as we dissect lungs to discover how they work, with the option to get hands on and investigate yourself! This workshop is best suited for children 8 years and older, although parental discretion is advised.
Friday 9th of October 2:30pm

The Walk 3D

Joseph Gordon Levitt stars in the extraordinary true story of the man who walked between the Twin Towers.
Friday 9th of October 2:40pm

Back to the Moon for Good

Narrated by Tim Allen, this is a complete behind-the-scenes feature on the $30 million Google Lunar XPRIZE, the largest incentivised prize in history.


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