Online talk: Turbulence: From Your Hot Chocolate to Big Galaxies

Dome at night with Moon and stars visible in background

What happens when you add milk to your hot chocolate? It's something called turbulence - and this turbulence can shake aeroplanes and churn space gas to make bright shining stars. In this talk, we will discuss what turbulence is, how big it can get, and what it can do in stars and big galaxies!

Recommended age: 10-15 years

The talk was streamed on Facebook Live. You can watch a recording of the talk here on our Facebook page (see the 'Astronomy at Home' playlist) or by clicking on the video in the media gallery above.