5 End-of-course round up
It’s goodbye from Jess after she suggests how you could continue to investigate moons, or other science topics, if we have left you wanting more.
You should now be able to:
- develop an awareness of the nature and diversity of moons in our Solar System, and their significance
- describe the compositions and nature of the surfaces and interiors of moons
- describe the nature and history of volcanic activity on several moons, assess and be aware of which moons may have subsurface oceans, and the implications for hosting native life
- describe and be aware of the history of discovery and exploration of moons, and of future prospects
- reflect and suggest ways in which resources from the Moon may help future space exploration.
Well done for completing this eight-week course, Moons of our Solar System. If it took you longer, there’s no shame in that. It will depend on how much time you had available, and on how much time you spent on the non-core (‘bonus’) material such as related links.
If you have studied the full course and completed all the quizzes you will receive a Statement of Participation certificate as a record of your achievement. You can access and print it from yourprofile.
If studying moons has inspired you to look at more free learning in this area, you may be interested in joining the five and half million learners who visit OpenLearn each year. We’ve created an area on OpenLearn specifically for exploring more about moons.
You have now reached the end of Moons of our Solar System. We hope you have enjoyed the course and learned a lot about moons.