Class: The Moon
The sky's fastest mover is our first stop. We explore every aspect of the moon: its phases, its motions, and eclipses. We'll examine its surface, explain why it has dark regions and craters. Every student will receive a "Moon Watcher's Guide."
Show: The Great Planet Adventures
Embark on an outer space adventure with other astronauts as they explore planets around our solar system. Imagine what a superhero you would become in a low gravity field. Click here to see a trailer!
Date: Thursday, February 7, 2019 (registrants will receive notification of a snow date,
Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Location: The Southworth Planetarium is in the Science Building on the University of Southern Maine's Portland Campus. The building's physical address is 70 Falmouth Street, Portland, Maine. Free parking is available in the parking garage located on Bedford Street - a short walk from the Planetarium.
Cost: $11 per child (includes class & show)
You may bring a bag lunch. There will be tables in the gallery for you to eat your lunch. Or, there are many area restaurants, and a cafeteria on the University of Southern Maine campus.
Please pre-register by completing either the online or mail-in Event Registration Form below.
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