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Monday Programs

Mar 25

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An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Monday, repeating until May 27, 2019

 

 

11 AM SESAME STREET’S ONE WORLD, ONE SKY
Bryan-Gooding Planetarium
Elmo and Big Bird meet a new friend who lives far away in China and discover, despite the distance, that they still see the same stars in the night sky.
11:30 AM INVERTEBRATE ENCOUNTERS
Atlantic Tails
Explore and learn about the sea creatures that reside in the VyStar Intertidal Touch Tank.
12:30 PM INVERTEBRATE ENCOUNTERS
Atlantic Tails
Explore and learn about the sea creatures that reside in the VyStar Intertidal Touch Tank.
1 PM BLACK HOLES
Bryan-Gooding Planetarium
There are few phenomenon in the cosmos where the known laws of physics and general relativity break down. Black Holes explores the power and grace of these cosmic beasts.
1:30 PM EXTREME SCIENCE SHOW
JEA Science Theater
Discover the cause of explosions, shocks and other fun experiments in this interactive science show!
1:30 PM INVERTEBRATE ENCOUNTERS
Atlantic Tails
Explore and learn about the sea creatures that reside in the VyStar Intertidal Touch Tank.
2 PM SKIES OVER JACKSONVILLE
Bryan-Gooding Planetarium
Take a guided tour of the current night sky with a MOSH Planetarium Educator.
2 PM DAILY ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS

FLORIDA FAUNA (Monday)
Florida Naturalist’s Center
Find out how animals have adapted to the unique environments of Northeast Florida as a MOSH Naturalist highlights one of the species of wildlife that calls our state home.


NATURALLY SUPER
(Tuesday)
Florida Naturalist’s Center
Discover the power of the animal kingdom.


OPOSSUMS AMONG US
(Wednesday)
Florida Naturalist’s Center
Discover the importance of North America’s only marsupial.


HOP, WALK, SLITHER (Thursday)
Florida Naturalist’s Center
Discover the secrets of animal movement.




3 PM TWO SMALL PIECES OF GLASS
Bryan-Gooding Planetarium
Trace the history of the telescope from Galileo’s modifications to a child’s spyglass — using two small pieces of glass — to NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope.

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Date:
Mar 25
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Venue

MOSH
1025 Museum Circle
Jacksonville, FL 32207 United States
Phone:
(904) 396-MOSH