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LUNAR CLOCKWORK: Could the Moon have its own timezone?🌙

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It's time for another trip around the solar system on the BIGGER and BETTER Science Weekly! 

This episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly we continue our bigger and better podcast where we put YOUR questions to our team of experts, have scientists battle it out for which science is the best & learn all about why NASA want the Moon to have its own time zone?

Dan starts with the latest science news, where we learn about rope bridges have been installed in the UK's Forest of Dean to help its mice, the reason for the earth's biggest ever burst of light and Catherine Heymans, the Astronomer Royal for Scotland, joins us to talk all about why the Moon could soon have its own time zone.

Then we delve into your questions where Dan answers Edith's question on whether fireworks are harmful to the planet and we pose Ben's question on how batteries work to Marshall Brain from How Stuff Works.

Dangerous Dan continues and we learn all about the Bobbitt Worm which can be found lingering waiting to attack in the Pacific and Indian oceans.

The Battle of the Sciences continues where Dan chats to Dr Robin Kramer from the University of Lincoln all about Faces! Then we pay a visit to Techno Mum to learn all about fingerprint technology.

What do we learn about?

- Mice using rope bridges in the Forest of Dean

- What caused the biggest ever burst of light?

- Could the moon have its own time zone?

- How do batteries work?

- Why the study of spiders is the best type of science?

All on this week's episode of Science Weekly!

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