Inside this issue you’ll find out why stargazing is a glance into the past, why stars twinkle and how they form. You’ll get to peek inside a telescope to discover how they help us to see distant objects, meet the ground-breaking astronomer Edwin Hubble and find out how Katie Bouman helped capture the first ever image of a black hole!
You can get busy making model constellations, cutting out a star map to go on a stargazing adventure and baking some constellation cookies! Solve intergalactic space puzzles, meet brilliant badgers, discover ten out-of-this-world wonders and make a constellation torch. You can even recycle materials to create light-up decorations that would be perfect for Halloween!
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