Win tickets to the launch of Scott’s Last Expedition

The Australian National Maritime Museum and Science Illustrated invite you to the launch of Scott’s Last Expedition, an amazing exhibition that reunites real artefacts used by Scott and his team together with rare scientific specimens collected during the 1910-13 expedition.

When Scott set off on his second journey on board of the Terra Nova, he didn't know what will happen. "This exhibition will give visitors a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in this epic journey and the remarkable landscape of Antarctica," said museum director Mary Louise Williams. Image: Australian National Maritime Museum

What do you have to do? For a chance to win 1 of the 10 double passes for Scott’s Last Expedition launch on June 16, 2011 at the Australian National Maritime Museum (Sydney), answer the following questions:

1. Who undigged the remains of DuckCroc and BoarCroc?
2. Name the expedition that Scott led from 1901-04.
3. How many people accompanied Scott on the Terra Nova expedition?
4. What’s a Geiger counter?

Send an email to letters@scienceillustrated.com.au with the answers to the above questions, your name, phone and address before June 7, 2011. The prize winners will be contacted via email.

Scott’s Last Expedition opens to the public on June 17 and will remain on display until October 16, 2011, at the Australian National Maritime Museum (2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour, NSW).

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