Cosmic Collisions
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Cosmic Collisions

Date & time
Sun 5 Jan 2020
12:30pm to 1:15pm
Add to Calendar 2020-01-05 12:30 2020-01-05 13:15 Australia/Brisbane Cosmic Collisions Collisions, both dazzling and destructive, release energy that drives the growth and evolution of the universe, and shape our place within it. Produced by the American Museum of Natural History. Narrated by Robert Redford. Approximately 45 minutes, inclusive of night sky tour. Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, 152 Mt Coot-tha Road, Mt Coot-tha
Age

6 years and up

Cost

Adult $16.40
Child (3-14 yrs) $10.00
Concession $13.40
Family (2 adult & 2 child, or 1 adult & 3 child) $45
Group (10+ adult) $13.90
Group (10+ child) $9.20

Collisions, both dazzling and destructive, release energy that drives the growth and evolution of the universe, and shape our place within it. Produced by the American Museum of Natural History. Narrated by Robert Redford. Approximately 45 minutes, inclusive of night sky tour.

Bookings

Bookings are strongly recommended. Phone the booking office on 3403 2578.

Venue

Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, 152 Mt Coot-tha Road, Mt Coot-tha

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