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AUGUST 7TH – ephemeris/spacestore quiz! online –

The next quiz is on Friday August 7th at 5:30pm.

A fun and family-friendly game with 3 rounds of 10 questions all about the planets, their moons, space missions and more from the EPHEMERIS quiz game.
It’s A or B answers – so don’t worry if you are not too savvy with our solar system.

This is a webinar so no need to dress up!

Register:
If you fancy the challenge, please do register with SpaceStore @spacestore.co/events

3rd July – Next Online Ephemeris Family Quiz!

Congratulations Andrea and Patrick on your top scores in the Ephemeris/SpaceStore Quiz on 19th June!

The next quiz is on Friday 3rd July at 5:30pm.

For anyone not too savvy with the wondrous facts of our solar system, it’s A or B answers – a fun and family-friendly game with 3 rounds of 5 to 10 questions.

This is a webminar so no need to dress up!

Register: If you fancy the challenge, please do register with SpaceStore on the link below and join in, just for fun! 

To register and for more information go to:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/8715905745495/WN_GiSxx-IoQEOhBmwOv4Gwqg

Quiz Cards
Ephemeris Solar System Quiz game – online every Friday at https://www.spacestore.co


https://www.spacestore.co/events/

19th June – Online Ephemeris Family Quiz!

Here is a chance to test your knowledge and have some fun by joining the Online EPHEMERIS Quiz every other Friday in partnership with SpaceStore.

The next quiz is on Friday 19th June at 5:30pm.

This is a webminar so no need to dress up!

Register: If you fancy the challenge, please do register with SpaceStore on the link below and play, just for fun! 

To register:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/8715905745495/WN_GiSxx-IoQEOhBmwOv4Gwqg

Quiz Cards
Ephemeris Solar System Quiz game – online every Friday at https://www.spacestore.co


https://www.spacestore.co/events/

Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons

A team discovered a haul of 20 new moons orbiting the ringed planet, bringing its total to 82; Jupiter, by contrast, has 79 natural satellites. Each of the newly discovered objects in orbit around Saturn is about 5km (three miles) in diameter; 17 of them orbit the planet “backwards”. The moons were discovered using the Subaru telescope on Maunakea, Hawaii.

By Paul Rincon Science editor, BBC News website

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-49962134