Astronomers find a small black hole. Or a giant neutron star.

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Discovery touches on two of the key questions in astrophysics. This article would be suited to students in years 7, 8, 9, and 10, as well as those in senior secondary, studying Earth and Space, Physical and Chemical Sciences. It should provide platform for discussions about science discoveries happening right now and the importance of technology in supported them.

Contextual maths questions included.

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Years: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Topics:

Chemical Sciences – Chemical Reactions, Atoms

Earth and Space Sciences – The Solar System

Physical Sciences – Forces, Energy

Additional: Careers, Maths, Technology, Engineering.

Concepts (South Australia):

Chemical Sciences – Properties of Matter, Change of Matter

Earth and Space Sciences – Earth in Space

Physical Sciences – Forces and Motion, Energy