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Thursday

  • Light up your life with electronic lights!

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    Close-up photo of a small glowing light bulb

Monday

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    The explosive science of the liquid of life—water and the Murray-Darling Basin.

    a drawing of a large fish.
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    What’s eating you. The inside story on the world of parasites.

    A snail moving across a leaf.
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    Do you see what I see?

    A man painting colour patterns on a flat surface.
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    Answer the call of the wild and compete in the ultimate game of survival.

    A man point into the air, with a large screen of dinosaurs behind him.

Tuesday

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    The science of the humble balloon. Come on a journey and go completely balloonatic.

    A man wearing overalls and a old leather flying cap with balloons around his head.
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    The explosive science of the liquid of life—water and the Murray-Darling Basin.

    a drawing of a large fish.
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    Questacon's armchair arachnologist talks about Australia’s beautiful spiders.

    A close up of a spider's head.
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    Join us for a graphic look at the science of mummification. This is not one for the squeamish.

    A woman looking up and smiling.

Wednesday

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    Dr Blashtov will attempt to launch 10 rockets in 30 minutes. The Excited Particles take no responsibility for the accidental launch of children during this show.

    A picture of a man's head.
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    Join us for an in-depth look at Nikola Tesla, the electrical genius who invented the 20th Century.

    A man with a surprised look on his face, and his hair standing up on end.
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    Do you see what I see?

    A man painting colour patterns on a flat surface.
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    Answer the call of the wild and compete in the ultimate game of survival.

    A man point into the air, with a large screen of dinosaurs behind him.

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