"The moon has risen ..."

A lecture around the moon.

The moon is our constant companion and our closest neighbor. But how did the moon come into being, why is it sometimes as a circle, sometimes as a crescent, sometimes not at all. Sometimes visible during the day and sometimes at night? Are the spots on the moon seas, mountains or something completely different? We explain why it constantly changes its shape, how the craters on the moon were formed and how it could be populated. We show how the moon looks through a telescope and whether the traces of the moon astronauts can still be seen. Our speaker is Mr. Bürger.

Registration: kinderuni(at)b-tu.de

Online event
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Laura Schmidt
VP L 7 Zentrale Studienberatung
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