Second Saturday Space Safaris:
Stars of the Pharaohs
14 December, 2004 — Explore Ancient Egypt by becoming a time &
space traveler during this exciting adventure program. Dr. Kelly Gregg, Physical and Earth Sciences Department, and
JSU Field School’s Renee Morrison (as the zany explorer Dr. Darling) will be leading this program.
Space Travelers will watch an exciting dome film that offers the participants the experience of feeling as though they
are traveling through great pyramids and into mysterious tombs to discover what the ancient Egyptians saw in the
nighttime skies. Dr. Darling will be introducing "King Tut"... her 6-foot python!
This program is the second of a NEW six-month series of planetarium programs that allow participants to travel through
space and explore planet Earth during these six thrilling astronomy programs for families and children in which kids
learn about outer space, watch exciting dome films about Earth and its creatures, and sometimes meet live animals.
Families who attend will receive a “Space Travel Passport” and children who collect three or more stamps on their passports
will receive a surprise gift at the end of the series in May.
To learn about the JSU planetarium, visit our website.
Groups or families with more than 5 participants are encouraged to pre-register with JSU Field Schools. For more information
contact Renee Morrison, LRCFS, at 782-5697 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Date of Event: 01/08/05
- Time of Event: 1:30 p.m.
- Location of Event: JSU Planetarium - 3rd Floor Martin Hall
- Admission Charge: $5.00 adult/$2.50 children
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