Nov 7 - Kaleideum North Homeschool/Small Group Class - 11/7/17 1:00pm

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Tuesday November 7

1:00 PM  –  1:45 PM

Long ago, the Romans named our galaxy "via lactea" which translates to “road of milk.” The Romans named it via lactea precisely because it looks like a milky patch of sky above the Earth at night. Travel with us through our solar system with our planetarium educator as we view the sun, planets, moon, dwarf planets, and more. We'll be using images and videos from NASA and various spacecraft as we learn spectacular facts about our awesome location in the Milky Way.

The program begins at 1:00pm (please arrive at planetarium 10 minutes till).

Museum hours on November 7 are 9 am- 4 pm.

Prices include museum admission and program fee. NC Sales tax is applied to admission. On-line sales close November 7 at 9 pm.

**Please note new prices for youth admission for those children ages 1-4 years old, attending the day's visit, apply. (Ages 1-19: $9.00 plus tax)

Preregistration is required. 100 student limit. 

Members, to receive your admission discount, register/sign in on the top right of your screen. Your discount will be applied in your cart before you complete your transaction.

Event Location: Kaleideum North (formerly SciWorks)

Questions?: Contact Christy Ferguson, cferguson@kaleideum.org

 

 

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