Planetarium Sunday Public Show: Mayan Archaeoastronomy – Observers of the Universe

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October 2019

Planetarium Sunday Public Show: Mayan Archaeoastronomy – Observers of the Universe

October 3 @ 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until January 30, 2020

Ella Sharp Museum, 3225 Fourth Street
Jackson, MI 49203 United States
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Jupiter is the largest planet in our grand solar system, and it holds many mysteries beneath its clouds and throughout its dozens of moons. Even though Jupiter orbits nearly 500 million miles away from the Sun, NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory challenged themselves to send a space probe to the gas giant and see what answers they could find. This spacecraft, named Juno, arrived at Jupiter in 2016 and has witnessed one fantastic sight after another. Join us for…

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Planetarium Sunday Public Show: Mayan Archaeoastronomy – Observers of the Universe

October 6 @ 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until January 30, 2020

Ella Sharp Museum, 3225 Fourth Street
Jackson, MI 49203 United States
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Jupiter is the largest planet in our grand solar system, and it holds many mysteries beneath its clouds and throughout its dozens of moons. Even though Jupiter orbits nearly 500 million miles away from the Sun, NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory challenged themselves to send a space probe to the gas giant and see what answers they could find. This spacecraft, named Juno, arrived at Jupiter in 2016 and has witnessed one fantastic sight after another. Join us for…

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Planetarium Sunday Public Show: Mayan Archaeoastronomy – Observers of the Universe

October 13 @ 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until January 30, 2020

Ella Sharp Museum, 3225 Fourth Street
Jackson, MI 49203 United States
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Jupiter is the largest planet in our grand solar system, and it holds many mysteries beneath its clouds and throughout its dozens of moons. Even though Jupiter orbits nearly 500 million miles away from the Sun, NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory challenged themselves to send a space probe to the gas giant and see what answers they could find. This spacecraft, named Juno, arrived at Jupiter in 2016 and has witnessed one fantastic sight after another. Join us for…

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Planetarium Sunday Public Show: Mayan Archaeoastronomy – Observers of the Universe

October 20 @ 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until January 30, 2020

Ella Sharp Museum, 3225 Fourth Street
Jackson, MI 49203 United States
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Jupiter is the largest planet in our grand solar system, and it holds many mysteries beneath its clouds and throughout its dozens of moons. Even though Jupiter orbits nearly 500 million miles away from the Sun, NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory challenged themselves to send a space probe to the gas giant and see what answers they could find. This spacecraft, named Juno, arrived at Jupiter in 2016 and has witnessed one fantastic sight after another. Join us for…

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Planetarium Sunday Public Show: Mayan Archaeoastronomy – Observers of the Universe

October 27 @ 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until January 30, 2020

Ella Sharp Museum, 3225 Fourth Street
Jackson, MI 49203 United States
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Jupiter is the largest planet in our grand solar system, and it holds many mysteries beneath its clouds and throughout its dozens of moons. Even though Jupiter orbits nearly 500 million miles away from the Sun, NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory challenged themselves to send a space probe to the gas giant and see what answers they could find. This spacecraft, named Juno, arrived at Jupiter in 2016 and has witnessed one fantastic sight after another. Join us for…

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November 2019

Planetarium Sunday Public Show: Mayan Archaeoastronomy – Observers of the Universe

November 3 @ 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until January 30, 2020

Ella Sharp Museum, 3225 Fourth Street
Jackson, MI 49203 United States
+ Google Map

Jupiter is the largest planet in our grand solar system, and it holds many mysteries beneath its clouds and throughout its dozens of moons. Even though Jupiter orbits nearly 500 million miles away from the Sun, NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory challenged themselves to send a space probe to the gas giant and see what answers they could find. This spacecraft, named Juno, arrived at Jupiter in 2016 and has witnessed one fantastic sight after another. Join us for…

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Planetarium Sunday Public Show: Mayan Archaeoastronomy – Observers of the Universe

November 10 @ 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until January 30, 2020

Ella Sharp Museum, 3225 Fourth Street
Jackson, MI 49203 United States
+ Google Map

Jupiter is the largest planet in our grand solar system, and it holds many mysteries beneath its clouds and throughout its dozens of moons. Even though Jupiter orbits nearly 500 million miles away from the Sun, NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory challenged themselves to send a space probe to the gas giant and see what answers they could find. This spacecraft, named Juno, arrived at Jupiter in 2016 and has witnessed one fantastic sight after another. Join us for…

Find out more »