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Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst, NSW
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The Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum is the home of the internationally renowned Somerville Collection. Highlights of Warren Somerville’s remarkable collection include a T.rex skeleton, dinosaur eggs and fossils from most stages of life on Earth as spectacular minerals from around the world.

August 1 2017 - December 1 2017

Space Rocks – Bringing the Universe Down to Earth

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst, NSW
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An exhibition of meteorites and astrophotography by Ray Pickard of the Bathurst Observatory.

August 10 2017 - October 29 2017

Winning Sky Photos 2017: The David Malin Awards

Sydney Observatory, Millers Point, NSW
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See the best astrophotography from the last 12 months.

Mt. Stromlo Observatory, Weston Creek, ACT
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Take a walking tour of the Mount Stromlo Observatory and learn about one of Canberra’s oldest sites. 2017 Dates: 5 March, 9 April, 7 May, 8 July, 13 August, 10 September, 7 October, 12 November, 3 December. Bookings essential.

Mt. Stromlo Observatory, Weston Creek, ACT
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Take a walking tour of the Mount Stromlo Observatory and learn about one of Canberra’s oldest sites. 2017 Dates: 5 March, 9 April, 7 May, 8 July, 13 August, 10 September, 7 October, 12 November, 3 December. Bookings essential.

Competitions & online activities

  • Tooth Fairy Project 2 NDK

    Families can register to monitor their oral health and compare with any post code, state or national averages for any age group. Parents can also send...

  • Launch of Radio Show – Sound of Science

    The Sound of Science is a daily science show broadcast on the Community Radio Network, featuring luminary scientists and nobel prize winners, exploring...

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Families can register to monitor their oral health and compare with any post code, state or national averages for any age group. Parents can also send the baby molar teeth that fall out from children to the Tooth Fairy for examination at the Australian Synchrotron.

SoundofScience

The Sound of Science is a daily science show broadcast on the Community Radio Network, featuring luminary scientists and nobel prize winners, exploring practical discoveries of science and frontiers of human understanding, with a focus on Australia's role in the expansion of humankind's knowledge.

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