Launch Into Space Night at the U of A Museum
Did you know that there are meteorites in the U of A Museum's collections, including one that fell right here in Fayetteville? On Friday, Dec. 1, from 2-4:45 p.m., you can see them for yourself at Space Night!
Join us and our partners, the UARK Space Hogs, for an evening of cosmic fun and exploration. You'll have the chance to:
Take a journey through the cosmos in a mobile planetarium
See space-related artifacts up close, including meteorites, a campus computer that used to control a telescope and more
Learn about space exploration and research from the experts
Space Night is a free event for all U of A students, faculty and staff. This event will be 2-4:45 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, at the U of A Museum, 2471 N. Hatch Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72704.
Free parking is available on site. Razorback Transit route No. 21/Gray stops in front of the building.
The Space Hogs will have a mobile planetarium offering informal 15-minute presentations throughout the event. Space Night is a great opportunity to learn about space exploration and research in a fun and interactive way. You'll have the chance to see rare and fascinating space artifacts up close.
Don't miss out on this out-of-this-world event! RSVP for Space Night today and get ready for a cosmic adventure!
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