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Have you ever wondered how difficult it would be to build a house on Mars? Or how life survived on a planet frozen from the poles to the equator? Join us for an evening of spacey science, where we will explore how life survives in extremely hostile conditions…
A Martian House for Bristol
Professor Lucy Berthoud (Professor of Space Engineering )
In spring 2022 A Martian house will be built in the middle of Bristol by the MShed. It will open to the public in this spring/summer and will be Britain’s first Martian house, created by many different people working together. It has been created through a co-design process involving many people – from rocket scientists to primary school children. This talk will be led by Professor Lucy Berthoud who has provided advice to the project on building for the Martian environment.
Frozen planets - past, present and future !! Live via zoom due to speaker isolating !!
At the dawn of animal evolution, when all life was still microscopic, the earth was plunged into a global ice age like no other. How could life survive on a planet frozen from the poles to the equator? Join us to find out what expeditions to modern glaciers can tell us about life in the past, in the future and on other planets.
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