A complementary classroom ready resource kit is provide directly to you after making a booking, or you can download it here.
The kit is focussed on enhancing student learning outcomes through pre and post visit activities. It also contains a ready to use unit plan on Pressure.
The Square Kilometre Array or SKA isn’t like a typical telescope. It doesn’t use lenses or mirrors — and it will even work in the middle of a sunny day. This is because the SKA is a radio telescope. It will detect radio waves from space that we can’t see with our eyes. Things like stars, galaxies and black holes give off radio waves and the SKA will be able to detect them.
The SKA will be located across Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
What is an anaglyph? An anaglyph is a type of 3D image created from two photographs taken slightly offset. You can use your red-cyan glasses from the Fonterra Science Roadshow to view these images.