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This second batch of additional materials for the STFC's Borrow the Moon scheme was focused on meteorites.
Like the Hands on the Moon package (see previous post), the content of the booklet and accompanying posters was left entirely to me to implement, research, write, design and illustrate. Unlike Hands on the Moon, this package would lack the 'interactive' elements, so, after much thought and reflection (during which time, I wandered alone in the wilderness for many days and nights until inspiration was visited upon me as I took shelter beneath the boughs of an ancient oak tree*), I decided to call it the The Little Book of Space Rocks.
You can download a full-fat PDF of the booklet here and the poster here.
*Sequence of events may have been embellished.
Space rocks booklet!
...and the poster!
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