The thirtieth edition of the Fte de la Science is taking place across France this weekend. A number of experiential and popularization workshops are offered in Marseille by various organizations. For example, the Marseille Astrophysics Laboratory shows how to make your own comet.
Science is coming out of the labs this weekend. Fte de la Science takes place throughout France. In Marseille, several organizations exhibit and offer workshops at the Espace Villeneuve-Bargemon behind the town hall. they animate many fun experiences For young and old. “It gives an idea of what we can do at home, but there are also avenues that can be considered later”, underlines Agathe Mattei, regional coordinator of the Fête de la Science.
However, there is one experience that can hardly be reproduced at home: making your own comet. This is a demonstration presented by the Marseille Astrophysics Laboratory. It is necessary to mix, among other things, dry ice (very cold), sulphur, ammonia and water. These all collide and form a mini-comet.
The fte de la science continues this Sunday at several locations in Marseille, most notably in Espace Villeneuve-Bergemon. The detailed schedule is on the website of the Ministry of Higher Studies, Research and Innovation.
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