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Moon Day 2012 - Dallas, Texas on July 21st

16 Jul 2012, 20:58 UTC
Moon Day 2012 - Dallas, Texas on July 21st
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Ken Murphy, President of the Moon Society and curator of the Lunar Library, has organized another activities-packed Moon Day on July 21st at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum in Dallas, Texas: Moon Day 2012 is an event not to be missed. A score of exhibitors and a full day of space lectures on topics from rockets to Mars, family-friendly classes, an amazing art show of space-themed LP record covers, two inflatable planetariums, a screening of the independent space settlement film 'Postcards from the Future' and the Texas premiere of the new planetarium show 'Max Goes to the Moon', door prizes throughout the day, and Lunar Sample Bags full of space swag for the first 200 kids.

Held annually at the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field in Dallas, Moon Day has grown into the largest celebration of space exploration in Texas. This year's event on Saturday, July 21st from 10am to 5pm, features many new local exhibitors, like the Boy & Girl Scouts, the Monnig Meteorite Gallery, the Dallas Personal Robotics Group, AMSAT, and the Sci-Tech Discovery Center. Visitors can learn how to get a Moon Observing Certificate, get an update on Excalibur Almaz' plans for space business, take ...

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