This summer, Franceinfo’s budding kids are playing the role of explorers…space. To talk about sky pollution, the show invites Stephanie Lizzie Destis, Instructor-researcher at Isae-Supaero, specializing in aerospace systems design.
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Vega-C . missile The inaugural launch should go ahead on Thursday, July 7, unless there is a major weather issue. Space missions and their challenges are the dream of many children and adults. But space pollution is a little less. We talk about the topic in Franceinfo Junior With Stéphanie Lizy-Destez, Isae-Supaero Research Professor, specializing in Space Systems.
Elsa and Naim take the microphone to ask their questions: “Why is space polluted? What are the things that pollute space?” Ask the students. Naim questions the carbon footprint of manned space missions: He wants to know if astronauts are polluting space. How many liters of oil come out of a rocket in an hour? , asks Elsa very delicately, who also wonders about the consequences of pollution on the moon.
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