Classroom Resources: Radi-N2 & You

Radi-N2 & You: Exploring neutron radiation on Earth and in space

Get your class involved in a current International Space Station research project!

Let’s Talk Science, in partnership with the Canadian Space Agency and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, is excited to offer the “Radi-N2 & You” Action Project.

Educators and students can monitor neutron radiation levels in their classroom and compare their results to CSA astronaut David Saint-Jacques on board the International Space Station!

Suggested lessons and curriculum alignment are included.

To participate in the project, visit ExploreCurioCity.org

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