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Saturday Programs

June 8, 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 AM DOCENT-LED EXHIBIT TOUR 
Currents of Time Exhibit
 Take a educational tour of Northeast Florida’s history with a MOSH Docent.
11:30 AM EXTREME SCIENCE SHOW
JEA Science Theater
Discover the cause of explosions, shocks and other fun experiments in this interactive science show!
11:30 AM INVERTEBRATE ENCOUNTER
Atlantic Tails
Explore and learn about the sea creatures that reside in the VyStar Intertidal Touch Tank.
12 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.
12:30 PM INVERTEBRATE ENCOUNTER
Atlantic Tails
Explore and learn about the sea creatures that reside in the VyStar Intertidal Touch Tank.
1 PM ASTRONAUT
Bryan-Gooding Planetarium
The exploration of space is humankind’s greatest endeavor. Go on an incredible voyage to discover what it takes to be an astronaut as you experience a rocket launch from inside the body of “Chad,” our test astronaut.
1 PM DAILY ANIMAL ENCOUNTER — RAPTOR REHAB
Florida Naturalist’s Center
Learn about the owls that call MOSH home.
1 PM DOCENT-LED EXHIBIT TOUR
Currents of Time Exhibit
 Take a educational tour of Northeast Florida’s history with a MOSH Docent.
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 ENCOUNTER
Atlantic Tails
Explore and learn about the sea creatures that reside in the VyStar Intertidal Touch Tank.
2 PM DYNAMIC EARTH
Bryan-Gooding Planetarium
Explores the inner workings of Earth’s climate system. This program follows a trail of energy that flows from the Sun into the interlocking systems that shape our climate: the atmosphere, oceans, and the biosphere.
3 PM EARTH, MOON & SUN
Bryan-Gooding Planetarium
Join an adventure in space as you learn the truth behind some common misconceptions about our Earth and its relationship with the moon and sun.
3 PM DAILY ANIMAL ENCOUNTER — COURTYARD ADVENTURES
Florida Naturalist’s Center
Explore the Hixon Native Plant Courtyard and pond and learn more about plants and animals native to Northeast Florida.
3:30 PM EXTREME SCIENCE SHOW
JEA Science Theater
Discover the cause of explosions, shocks and other fun experiments in this interactive science show!
4 PM SCIENCE & HISTORY BOAT TOUR
Friendship Fountain Park Boat Docks (Outside Museum)
Ahoy Jacksonville! MOSH has teamed up with the St. Johns River Taxi to host Science & History River Tours every Saturday afternoon! Learn all about the history of Jacksonville and the significance the river has played in our community over time. Thanks to JAX Chamber for sponsoring these tours! Boat tour is from 4 to 4:30 p.m. Please arrive at 3:45 p.m. Admission $15 adults and $12 children.
4 PM ZULA PATROL
Bryan-Gooding Planetarium
While on a routine fossil hunting expedition, the Zula Patrol discover that someone’s been dumping trash in Earth’s prehistoric past! On their mission to catch the culprit, they learn all about the formation and development of Earth and its inhabitants.
5 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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June 8, 2019
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MOSH
1025 Museum Circle
Jacksonville, FL 32207 United States
Phone:
(904) 396-MOSH