PlutoPalooza Scientist Evening Presentation

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Thursday March 8

5:00 PM  –  7:30 PM

Plutopalooza at the Hokulani Imaginarium  

Thursday, March 8th   5:00-7:30

Adult - $10,

Youth (4-17) & WCC Students with ID - $7 

Bishop Museum Members* - $5

Child (under 4) – Free

Advanced registration is required

Join us for a fast-paced evening of space talk with a talented team of scientists that collaborated on the New Horizons probe that conducted a six-month reconnaissance flyby of Pluto and its moons. The mission team will share their own unique efforts and career talks. The scientists will be on hand to talk about the past mission and speak to the future of space exploration. In particular, the New Horizon mission continues as the probe moves on for a New Year’s Day 2019 flyby of a mysterious object in the Kuiper Belt.   

Your admission fee includes the 1-hour scientists talk as well as a Planetarium show experience. The event lasts approximately 2¼ hours.

Please be sure to arrive on time so you don’t miss any of these timed activities.

The program is appropriate for all ages and levels of space enthusiasts. 

This program is brought to Windward Community College through a special partnership with Bishop Museum.  If you cannot attend the event on Thursday, March 8, 2018 at Windward Community College, there is another evening planetarium offering on Friday, March 9, 2018 at Bishop Museum.

*Member guests are not permitted for after-hours/special Museum programming.

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For more information email or call (808) 847-3511.