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Morning!

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Ricky here with your first

Newsround update of the day.

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Here's what we've got for you:

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We find out how the

moon ended up here.

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And forget man of the match,

how about cat of the match?

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First to football, and Chelsea have

become the third English team to be

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knocked out of the Champions League

in the last sixteen.

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They were beaten 3-0 away

to Barcelona, thanks to two goals

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from one of the game's greatest

players, Lionel Messi.

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That took his Champions League

goal tally to 100.

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Just Manchester City and Liverpool

are left in the quarterfinals now.

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Here's what Chelsea

manager Antonio Conte had

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to say about the defeat.

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Our start was terrible.

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To concede a goal

after only two minutes.

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But after this, I think

we tried to play football.

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For a long time,

we dominated the game.

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We created chances to score.

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Meanwhile, England manager

Gareth Southgate will annouce his

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squad later for two friendly games

ahead of the World Cup this summer.

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But it won't include Harry Kane!

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The Premier League's joint top

scorer has an ankle injury.

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He now has a battle to be fit

for England at the summer's

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World Cup in Russia.

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Now, you'll be used to seeing sights

like this in the night sky,

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but what if I told you you could see

the moon close up inside

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a building in Leicester?

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Intrigued?

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Confused?

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Me, too.

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Luckily, Ayshah is

here to explain more.

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It's not a sight you see

everyday in a cathedral,

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a huge replica of the moon hanging

from the ceiling, but it's

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here at Leicester Cathedral this

week to mark British Science Week.

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These school children from Leicester

have been to check it out.

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We have been looking at the moon,

which is incredible.

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It is really, really nice how...

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It is just an incredible

thing to look at.

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I like looking at the moon

because it is really big and it's

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got loads and loads of craters.

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It looks like it would be really

hard to count them all.

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I didn't actually know

that there was an icy bit.

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It is bigger than I expected.

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We have been laying down under

the moon, trying to find

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the smallest crater.

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And that is the size of Leicester.

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I find it enjoyable

to learn about science.

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The moon was made by an artist

in the UK called Luke Jerram.

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It's seven metres wide

and he studied NASA images

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of the moon's surface in detail

to help him make the replica.

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Suzie is a scientist and is running

activities for children.

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She wants more people

to get into science.

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I'm here today because

I love space science.

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My advice to anyone out

there who is interested in science

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is to study hard at school and also

do lots of other activities

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in your spare time.

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And who knows?

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One of you watching could be

the next person that goes

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to the moon or even on to Mars.

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The moon is in Leicester

until the end of the week, before it

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continues on its world tour.

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Its next stop, the Commonwealth

Games in Australia!

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Next, how cool would it be

if your classroom looked like this?

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These kids in Japan are taking part

in a year-long project to see

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what it's like to learn

in a digital classroom.

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They've ditched books, pens

and paper and swapped them for light

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projectors and touch-screens.

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You can write on the desks and then

share your work with the teacher.

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And at the end of the lesson, rub it

all out or save it to the Cloud.

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Well, there's something else that's

pretty cool happening in classrooms

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accross the UK today.

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Have you ever though about becoming

a journalist like me?

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Many of you are doing just that.

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It's School Report day,

a BBC journalism project

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which encourages kids

like you to learn about the news

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and to find and make

your own news stories.

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Today, young people get to show

what they've been working

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on for the last few months.

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One thing School Report is focusing

on this year is fake news.

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Head online to see what some school

reporters had to say about it.

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And while you're there,

check out the gold-medal winner

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who's hoping to inspire more girls

to take up karate.

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Finally, a pitch invasion

with a difference in

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a Champions League game last night.

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This ginger cat surprised players

by appearing in the 49th minute

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of the match between Besktas

and Bayern Munich.

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He leapt from one of the advertising

hoardings onto the pitch,

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briefly stopping the game.

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Meow did he get there?!

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No-one knows!

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That's your lot for now.

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I'm back with with

more in half an hour.

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Enjoy your breakfast.

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See you soon.

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