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Earth Conservation x Space Exploration

15 August 2023
7.30pm – 9.00pm AEST
Physics Theatre, UNSW Sydney
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man standing in space looking back at planet earth

What’s more important: Earth’s conservation or space exploration?

It’s a tough question, and in this interactive event, you choose whether you explore the physics of life and energy on Earth or in space, or both!

If exploring the Earth, you can learn about renewable energy and the physics that connects us to the cosmos, or, if space is more your thing, you can learn about cool (literally) space technology and imagine a future where the stars are within your reach. There will also be telescopes and a planetarium for those wanting to immerse themselves deeper into the Universe.


The event will run from 7:30pm – 9 pm, and guests are invited to come and go as they please. We require registration so that all guests can be catered for.

More information on the experiences, getting to UNSW and parking will be sent to guests a few days out from the event.


This event is proudly hosted by the School of Physics, in partnership with the Faculty of Science.