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Suitable for school years 5+ / Adults / Families 

Film length: 23 mins


Shooting stars, they emit light and fade away in an instant.


What are they? 


Most shooting stars appear on certain days each year, a phenomenon we call meteor showers.


Why do these special nights happen?


What is the connection that links shooting stars and our solar system?


Come take a journey through time and space to discover the secret of meteor showers.


Our school planetarium show includes a guided ‘What’s in the sky tonight’ presentation and a Solar System walkthrough covering relevant aspects of the NSW syllabus.


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