The Life of a Star
Stars are one of the most fascinating celestial bodies in our universe. Our own star, the Sun, plays a vital role to life on Earth. What is our star made from and how did it get there? Stars have a lifespan like a living creature, and when they die it could have serious consequences to the surrounding solar system. This presentation will explore the entire life of a star, which will include a discussion of supernova, neutron stars, white dwarfs and black holes. Come and learn what they can teach us and why it is important to us on Earth.
Time: 17:00 - 18:30
Best for: Grade 5 and upFee: ¥500 Current KAIS/EMS Students | ¥ 1,000 Former KAIS/EMS Students |
¥ 2,000 Guardians / Adults
Location: KA International | Toritsudaigaku Campus | 4th Floor
1 Chome-6-8 Nakane, Meguro, Tokyo 152-0031