Space Special in the Science Weekly: Sarah Cruddas and Chris Riley

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This week, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of man walking on the moon, it’s a space special on the Fun Kids Science Weekly podcast!

Sarah Cruddas, author of ‘The Space Race’ joins Dan to chat all about the mission to get people on the moon.

Plus, Dan asks the question ‘what makes something invisible?’

We also find out how deadly space really is as we speak to scientist Chris Riley all about the moon landing and his book ‘Where we once stood’!

The Fun Kids Science Weekly podcast is sponsored this week by Beaker Creatures.

Beaker Creatures combine the thrill of collecting with hands-on science experiments that spark curiosity for children as young as five!

To reveal the Creature, place the Reactor Pod in water using either the Liquid Reactor Super Lab or the Whirling Wave Reactor, triggering an amazing fizzing, bubbling reaction that reveals a Beaker Creature.

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