Am I Made of Stardust?
Event schedule details
Sunday 18 June
Event location details
Great Hall, Sherfield Building
Imperial College London
How long would it take me to fly to a star? What would happen if I fell inside a black hole? Would I get a phone signal in space?
Join award-winning scientist and BBC broadcaster Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock (MBE) as she answers all the questions curious kids will ever have about the Universe.
From whether there are rainbows on other planets, to what dinner tastes like on the International Space Station, join us for an afternoon full of fabulous facts, mind-blowing insights and engaging explanations from the renowned space scientist. Ideal for children aged 8-12 and their parents!
Book free advance tickets ahead of the Festival weekend to reserve your place at this event.
This event is currently sold out. There might be limited drop-in spaces available on the day.
If you register to attend this family talk, please arrive 10 minutes before the event begins. If you arrive after this time, your ticket may be reallocated.
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