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How does a planetarium work? Where do the stars come from? Ross Exton takes you behind the science of the planetarium to find some things you would NEVER see on a regular visit to At-Bristol.
This is my application to become the next Blue Peter presenter! This would be my dream job & it would mean the world to me if you all showed your support; please like, share & subscribe :-)
My first Sci Guide for Head Squeeze! I discuss whether or not it is scientifically possible to bring someone back from the dead.
Ross gives a tour of the Spring Night Sky, including the constellations Boötes, Leo and Ursa Minor, as well as the visible planets this season. Learn about the planet Saturn, its rings and some tips on finding it for yourself.
In this episode of Any Question Answered, Ross Exton answers two questions from visitors to the science centre, At-Bristol:
‘When lightning strikes the sea, why don’t all the fish die?’
What is DNA? What does it do? Ross answers all this and more in Be Curious about DNA.
Be Curious about Stars.
What are stars made of? Which is the biggest star? What happens when stars die? Ross answers all this and more in the brand new science series, Be Curious.