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On October 12th, students from Britannia Secondary School kicked off National Science and Technology Week with a space science presentation from Let's Talk Science and Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen.

Let's Talk about ScienceTo demonstrate the importance of science and technology in today's world, the Grade 8 to 12 students at Britannia learned how to make a (small) comet as well as why astronauts will never drink a can of carbonated Coke in space. The space science demonstrations were designed to inspire students to think about what it'd be like to live in space.

Britannia's event was one of over 50 events being held by Let's Talk Science Outreach volunteers across the country as a part of National Science and Technology Week.

Britannia Students Talk Science with Astronaut Jeremy Hansen

On October 12th, students from Britannia Secondary School kicked off National Science and Technology Week with a space science presentation from Let's Talk Science and Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen.

Let's Talk about ScienceTo demonstrate the importance of science and technology in today's world, the Grade 8 to 12 students at Britannia learned how to make a (small) comet as well as why astronauts will never drink a can of carbonated Coke in space. The space science demonstrations were designed to inspire students to think about what it'd be like to live in space.

Britannia's event was one of over 50 events being held by Let's Talk Science Outreach volunteers across the country as a part of National Science and Technology Week.

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