Maggie Aderin-Pocock
Maggie's superpower: Maggie can leverage the speed of wind and use it to cut through matter
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"Science Issue'' is The Remarkablz Comic Collection signature cover. This issue features Maggie. Discover some of the hidden treasures in her drawing.
SCIENCE SUPERHERO
"I am able to take complex ideas and simplify them, story tell and bring science ideas to life in my own unique way"
Maggie Aderin-Pocock
The background to the drawing is the Gemini telescope in Chile. Maggie worked on developing a high-resolution spectrograph for the Gemini telescope in Chile.
Maggie was born in London on 9 March 1968.
TRUE IDENTITY
Maggie completed her PhD at Imperial College London. She has worked on many projects including: high-resolution spectrograph for the Gemini telescope and has worked to measure wind speeds to help the investigation of climate change. Maggie has dyslexia and received the Yale University Centre for Dyslexia "Out of the box thinking" award in 2013.
About Maggie
Maggie talks about being "Made by Dyslexia".




Video credit: Made By Dyslexia
Measuring the Wind
Maggie condenses 13.7 billion years into 90 seconds as she explains the evidence for the Big Bang theory.
What is the Big Bang Theory?
DID YOU KNOW ?
Maggie explores the Earth's relationship with the Moon in this 3min video.
Where Did The Moon Come From?

Video Credit: Crash Course Kids
Video Credit: BBC
Maggie goes on a journey from some of the first telescopes to the modern day 39m European Extremely Large Telescope.
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Video Credit: Hay Levels
Learn about wind direction, speed and different types of wind. Maggie worked on measuring wind speeds to help the investigation of climate change.
Video Credit: Met Office - Weather
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