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Cupcakes on Cooking on Campus , Friday, 18th October 2013, 4-6pm

Cupcakes on Cooking on Campus , Friday, 18th October 2013, 4-6pm | Urban World | Scoop.it

It's time to bake and decorate cupcakes! 

Learn how to decorate your cupcake and win a prize for the best decorated cupcake on the night! 

Cooking on Campus is an opportunity for you to experience a variety of food and also to meet other students and make connections.

 

DATE: Friday, 19th October 2013

TIME: 4pm-6pm

VENUE: UTAS Accommodation Services (Christ College Kitchen)

Click the link below to secure your spot. It is very important for you to RSVP on this link as this session is only limited to 15 participants due to health and safety regulations.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dENKRE9jZVNtT0d2UDBNcDhJZGQxRlE6MA

We look forward to meeting you there!


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Human mission to Mars is no longer just a sci-fi dream

Human mission to Mars is no longer just a sci-fi dream | Urban World | Scoop.it

The notion of landing astronauts on Mars has long been more fantasy than reality: The planet is, on average, 140 million miles from Earth, and its atmosphere isn’t hospitable to human life.

 

But a human voyage to the planet is now, for the first time, within the realm of possibility, according to space advocates inside and outside government. As a result, plans for a mission around the planet, and ultimately for lengthier stays, have been sprouting like springtime flowers.

 

 


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Hubble Catches the Moment the Lights Went Out

Hubble Catches the Moment the Lights Went Out | Urban World | Scoop.it

The further away you look, the further back in time you see. Astronomers use this fact to study the evolution of the Universe by looking at nearby and more distant galaxies and comparing their features. Hubble is particularly well suited for this type of work because of its extremely high resolution and its position above the blurring effects of the earth's atmosphere. 


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