This weekend, just in time for the autumnal equinox, you and your family can stargaze therough a digitzied telescope that rotates to show the entire group of stars and constellations that will be appearing in the night sky for the fall season. The views of star clusters and nebulae are accompanied by Dolby Digital Surround Sound.
Other attractions at the Detroit Science Center include: "Kids Town" where children aged 5 years old and younger can explore and learn science through play; hands-on exhibitions; and rotating and permanent exhibitions. The Detroit Science is located in Detroit's Cultural Center at the corner of Warren and John R; several parking lots are located nearby.
Different membership levels are available online or by contacting the Membership Department @ 313.577.8400, X433; or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To enroll online, Just click on the link of the the membership level that applies to you. You can also purchase a gift membership for friends and family!
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