The Sun, the stars and the planets

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La investigadora Gemma Busquet (ICCUB-IEEC) amb els i les alumes de 1r de l'Escola Mas Maria de Cabrils
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The Sun is the star that illuminates our planetary System and that it is the source of life on our home planet as we know it. However, how has this celestial body come to be? How are other stars and planets formed?

The Institute of Cosmos Sciences (ICCUB-IEEC) astrophysicist, Gemma Busquet, gave answers to all these questions yesterday in a chat with the Mas Maria School first grade class in Cabrils.

These talks help us bring science closer to our little ones and also inspire scientific curiosity in minds that are in awe of the Universe around us.

Stay tuned for the latest outreach news!

 

 

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