|Date:||June 23, 2012|
|Time:||11:00 am—4:00 pm|
|Location:||Museum of York County|
11 AM: The “Secret of the Cardboard Rocket” Ages 4-11 In this exciting half hour planetarium show, two youngsters build a cardboard rocket and set off on an amazing voyage of exploration through the Solar System. Just how does a cardboard rocket fly though space? How did that magic talking book get onboard the rocket? It is a secret the younger visitor will have to figure out! This is an informative and quick paced program perfect for introducing our solar system to younger children.
2 PM: "Carolina Skies" All agesEach Saturday and Sunday we present our continually changing program Carolina Skies. We will take you on a tour of the current night sky and help you to identify bright constellations and planets, which adorn the skies above. See what's up and how you can find constellations and planets for yourself. You too can become a night time naturalist as you learn your way around the celestial sphere.
3 PM: "Black Holes" Ages 11 to adult We have all heard this fascinating and mysterious term-but what does it really mean? Join us in the planetarium as we explore this celestial stranger and perhaps even a gateway to a whole new universe! This program is written for the general public and is filled with beautiful digital animation to explain this cosmic conundrum of the universes.