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Space:  Introduction to Astronomy

Space: Introduction to Astronomy

$16.00 /person
Tax Exempt: $16.00

1 adult(s) free
per 10 students


Activity Type: Mobile Planetarium/Lab Lesson
Duration: 90 minutes
Subject: Science
Min / Max: 15 / 50 students + adults


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Daily Schedule
Day From To
Monday9:30 am4:30 pm
Tuesday9:30 am4:30 pm
Wednesday9:30 am4:30 pm
Thursday9:30 am4:30 pm
Friday9:30 am4:30 pm
  The following dates and times are not available
From           To  
Tuesday   July 1, 2014   8:00 am   Monday, September 1, 2014 5:59 pm [range]
Friday   August 8, 2014   9:30 am   4:30 pm
Tuesday   September 2, 2014   8:00 am   Friday, September 12, 2014 5:00 pm [range]
Monday   September 15, 2014   1:30 pm   4:30 pm
Monday   October 13, 2014   9:30 am   4:30 pm
Wednesday   November 26, 2014   9:30 am   11:55 am
Monday   December 22, 2014   12:00 am   Friday, January 2, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Monday   February 16, 2015   9:30 am   4:30 pm
Monday   March 16, 2015   12:00 am   Friday, March 20, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Friday   April 3, 2015   12:00 am   Monday, April 6, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Monday   May 18, 2015   9:30 am   4:30 pm
Wednesday   July 1, 2015   12:00 am   Monday, September 7, 2015 11:59 pm [range]

Astronomy is an exciting, ever-changing modern science with new discoveries taking place all the time. Students will identify major types of astronomical objects, handle real rocks from space, learn how to read a star map and discover current events taking place in the sky. The planetarium provides a view of light polluted city night sky and a dark country sky and shows the seasonal constellations.

Curriculum Links: follow established safety procedures for handling materials; identify components of the solar system; identify bodies in space that emit light and reflect light; identify technological tools and devices needed for space exploration

Maximum 50 people (including students, teachers, educational assistants and supervisors) at one time.

Not available before 9:30 a.m.

Availability subject to change.
 

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Tags: Science