Moons: Worlds of Mystery

Moons: Worlds of Mystery

Date & time
Wed 4 Dec 2019
1:30pm to 2:15pm
Add to Calendar 2019-12-04 13:30 2019-12-04 14:15 Australia/Brisbane Moons: Worlds of Mystery Moons have some spectacular features, from volcanoes and geysers to ice-covered oceans and methane rain. Learn what these celestial bodies reveal about the history and workings of our solar system. Produced by the Boston Museum of Science. Approximately 45 minutes, inclusive of night sky tour. Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, 152 Mt Coot-tha Road, Mt Coot-tha
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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

Moons have some spectacular features, from volcanoes and geysers to ice-covered oceans and methane rain. Learn what these celestial bodies reveal about the history and workings of our solar system. Produced by the Boston Museum of Science. Approximately 45 minutes, inclusive of night sky tour.

Bookings

Bookings are strongly recommended. Phone the booking office on 07 3403 2578

Venue

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

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