International Observe the Moon Night
Location: Museum of Discovery 500 President Clinton Avenue, Suite150, Little Rock, AR
Start Time: 09:00
End Time: 22:30
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Description: It’s a Moon fest! September 22nd is International Observe the Moon Night. Central Arkansas Astrological Society, UALR Physics and Astronomy Dept., Museum of Discovery, Central Arkansas Library System Main Branch and Arkansas Studies Institute will have a day and night of lunar themed activities planned.
Mr. Steve Arnold of the Science Channel’s TV show “Meteorite Men” has indeed confirmed to be our guest of honor (courtesy of UALR) that day and will be appearing at MOD around 11-3 p.m., he will also be joining us on the observing field that evening for telescope views of the Moon.
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Museum of Discovery) Construct a Lunar Base Activity for kids, Tinker Shop, Museum of Discovery
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM “Meteorite Man” Steve Arnold lecture in the Museum of Discovery Great Hall (Sponsored by the UALR Physics and Astronomy Department)
2:30 PM to 5:00 PM Meteorite Sales with Steve Arnold in the Museum of Discovery Great Hall
2:30 PM to 4:00 PM “For All Mankind” a documentary film of the Apollo Moon Missions at Arkansas Studies Institute Room 124
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Making Moon Craters with Dr. Tony Hall at the CALS Main Library Branch Children’s Room
3:00 PM to 6:00 PM Walking the Solar System. Starts outside the front of the Museum of Discovery
7:00 PM to 10:30 PM Lunar Telescope Viewings with members of the Central Arkansas Astronomical Society and the UALR Physics and Astronomy Department. Guest appearance by Mr. Steve Arnold
Museum of Discovery
500 President Clinton Ave
Suite 150 Little Rock, AR 72201
Central Arkansas Library System
100 Rock Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Arkansas Studies Institute
401 President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Telescopes will be set up at the location below in the evening for viewing. Parking will be available in the Clinton Library parking lot after 6 PM.
For more information and a map of the area, log onto http://www.caasastro.org/.