Let’s watch a breathtaking 3D Movie at the new Planetarium!
Let’s watch a Super 3D Movie at the Planetarium!
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Again, since we don’t have any Equestrian events of the quality we're used to during this time of the year and it’s too warm for most to go horseback riding, we are turning our attention to other types of fun entertainment.
This time we’ll visit the beautiful new Frost Science Museum, and enjoy one of the best movie documentaries I’ve ever experienced. It immerses our senses and brings us into a place we’ve never been and probably will never be. It’s so good I’m watching it again with you after a couple of months.
Those who register and want to attend MUST click this link and BUY your ticket here: Protected content and select the 3:30pm show.
The Planetarium is not a large venue and it fills quickly. I got there when there was already a line and had to sit (looking up) on the front row, which is less than ideal. That’s why we’ll meet in front of the entrance to the Planetarium, located in the first floor, 20 minutes before the show starts, so we can get the best seats.
Asteroid: Mission Extreme 3D
Take an epic journey to discover how asteroids are both a danger and an opportunity. From the possibility of a collision to the fascinating idea they could be stepping stones to cross the Solar System.
Take a journey to discover how asteroids are both a danger and an opportunity. From the possibility of a collision to the fascinating idea they could be stepping stones to cross the Solar System.
Co-produced by National Geographic and narrated by Sigourney Weaver, “Asteroid: Mission Extreme 3D” takes audiences on an epic journey to the rocky surfaces of debris hurtling through space. How have these asteroids already shaped our destiny as a species here on Earth, and how might we someday harness their velocity as a stepping stone to other worlds? The challenges are enormous, but an extreme asteroid mission could ultimately lead us to protect our planet and inhabit others. Explore what it would take for astronauts to reach an asteroid and how such an adventure could benefit humankind.
WARNING! There are fish such as Sharks, Barracudas and many others trapped in a huge half-million gallon Aquarium, as well as Shrimp, Jelly Fish, Sea Horses and Star Fish in smaller Fish Tanks. Those animal rights activists who oppose fish being in captivity would better stay away from this activity and place, since they probably consider it animal cruelty.