JAPAN become the SIXTH country to LAND on the MOON!??

It's time for another trip around the solar system! 

This episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly learns all about Japan's SLIM mission to the moon, how aeroplanes really work , and a look at a deadly creature deep down in the ocean.

Dan starts with the latest science news, discussing some brand new penguin colonies that've been identified, the Amazon's worst drought in 50 years, and the US mission to the moon that ended up in Flames.

Then, the National Space Centre's Dhara Patel tells us all about Japan's SLIM moon landing which made them the sixth country to land on the moon and enter the space race. Techno Mom explains how aeroplanes really work. In "Dangerous Dan" we find out about the long and thin Pelican Eel from deep down in the ocean. Finally, Benny and Mal, two microbes, debate the ethical dilemmas of what would happen if we had super strength?

What do we learn about?

- The four new Emperor Penguin colonies discovered on Antarctica

- Why the ocean's Pelican Eel's mouth makes it a dangerous creature.

- Dhara Patel talks about Japan's SLIM moon landing and what the UK's plans are to join the space race?

- Techno Mom explains how aeroplanes manage to fly

- Benny and Mal's discussion raises questions about the ethics of super strength and why pain is actually a very important body function

All on this week's episode of Science Weekly!

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