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Childrens radio station Fun Kids presents a new series about an intergalactic school in space! Join your schoolmates – aliens, robots and humans – as we explore the universe!

Childrens radio station Fun Kids presents a new series about an intergalactic school in space! Join your schoolmates – aliens, robots and humans – as we explore the universe!
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London, United Kingdom

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Childrens radio station Fun Kids presents a new series about an intergalactic school in space! Join your schoolmates – aliens, robots and humans – as we explore the universe!

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@funkids

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English

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Episodes

A future space flight (Spaceports)

2/9/2018
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Experts think that commercial space travel will be as common as air travel in as little as 50 years. Sam imagines what it would be like to take a trip from a space port.

Duration:00:03:33

Why do we need spaceports? (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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Sam’s making a presentation for his class at Deep Space High – all about the exciting developments in spaceports on his home planet of Earth. He explores what they are and why we need to think about them.

Duration:00:03:49

How spaceports will help (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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Sam’s learning about space ports and how the UK will be getting its own in the near future. He finds out these exciting new places will help everyone in the UK.

Duration:00:04:23

Rockets and space planes (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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Sam’s making a presentation for his class at Deep Space High – all about the development of spaceports on his home planet of Earth. He explores the types of craft which go into space.

Duration:00:04:42

What might space planes be made of? (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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The technology used to manufacture space planes will include some amazing new materials – Sam finds out more..

Duration:00:04:10

What will spaceports look like? - Runways (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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Sam explores how different types of spacecraft need different types of runway, and about the kind of space runways we could see in the UK.

Duration:00:03:58

What will spaceports look like? - Location (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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Sam explores the best places for spaceports to be located.

Duration:00:03:58

Who will use spaceports? - Satellite launches (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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Sam thinks about who will use our new space ports – and how satellites are likely to take centre stage.

Duration:00:03:17

UK's journey into space research (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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Sam explores some exciting developments in space research.

Duration:00:04:50

What will people do at spaceports? (Spaceports)

2/6/2018
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As an increasing number of companies get involved in space exploration, there will be more jobs to be done – Sam looks at some of these careers.

Duration:00:04:03

Exploring with the Solar Dynamics Observatory (Intergalactic Weather Watch)

5/15/2017
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Sam, Stats and Quark take a trip to see one of the busiest satellites in the sky – the Solar Dynamics Observatory. Taking readings across a wide variety of wavelengths, it helps get the full picture of activity around the sun.

Duration:00:03:39

Effect of Space Weather On Humans (Intergalactic Weather Watch)

5/15/2017
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Outside the protective magnetosphere, there’s nothing between humans and the powerful radiation from the solar winds. Sam, Stats and Quark find out how it isn’t just astronauts who are at risk – even aircraft passengers can be affected.

Duration:00:03:38

Exploring with the Cluster Missions (Intergalactic Weather Watch)

5/15/2017
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Sam, Stats and Quark are exploring some of the projects through which scientists measure and investigate solar activity. One project is the European Space Agency’s Cluster Mission.

Duration:00:03:40

Exploring with the SPACESTORM and STEREO (Intergalactic Weather Watch)

5/15/2017
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Sam, Stats and Quark are finding out about SPACESTORM – a way to predict the effect of space weather on satellites - and take a trip to the far side of the Sun to see STEREO.

Duration:00:03:12

Inside The Sun (Intergalactic Weather Watch)

5/15/2017
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The source of most of the space weather affecting Earth is The Sun. In this episode, the class take a trip inside the star to see where it all starts.

Duration:00:03:50

Intergalactic Weather Watch - What is Space Weather?

5/15/2017
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Sam, Stats and Quark are finding out what space weather is all about. And find that like the weather on Earth, it changes all the time - although sometimes slightly more dramatically.

Duration:00:04:34

Intergalactic Weather Watch - Different Types of Space Weather

5/15/2017
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Sam, Stats and Quark are finding out about different types of space weather – from magnetic storms to cosmic rays, solar wind and coronal mass ejections. There’s a lot going on up there!

Duration:00:05:26

Intergalactic Weather Watch - How to Measure Space Weather

5/15/2017
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Sam, Stats and Quark are learning how space weather can affect life on Earth and the atmosphere around it. But how do we measure space weather? And how can we know what to expect?

Duration:00:03:59

Intergalactic Weather Watch - The Impact of Space Weather On Earth

5/15/2017
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Sam, Stats and Quark learn about how big solar storms can affect things on earth, whether it be planes or satellites in orbit.

Duration:00:03:36

Intergalactic Weather Watch - Weather Across The Solar System

5/15/2017
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Sam, Stats and Quark learn about how other planets are affected by space weather.

Duration:00:04:24

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