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January 13, 2018, 7:00 pmFree
Get your current night sky, astronomy, geoscience, and space exploration update in the Cernan Center Planetarium. One Saturday night each month, the Cernan Earth and Space Center’s Monthly Skywatch brings you the excitement of the current nighttime sky. Recent discoveries in astronomy, space science and geoscience are also presented in the Planetarium theater. This program features advanced scientific content and is recommended for people 13 years or older, but younger visitors are welcome. Weather permitting, telescopes will be set up outside so everyone can observe the Moon, planets and other celestial sights for FREE.
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