Science Sundays will resume on Sept. 7 at 4 p.m. in the Multi-Media Learning Center in room 186 of the Center for Communications and Information Technology. The first will be the 45-minute planetarium program, “Dark of the Moon,” discussing the lunar eclipse of Oct. 8 (next month) seen locally. The new projector will allow a view of this eclipse as if one were standing on the moon, facing the Earth. Following this eclipse program, there will be tours of the Science Discovery Center on the ground floor of the Compton Science Center. The “Dark of the Moon” program will be repeated at 7 p.m. and followed by another Science Discovery Tour in Compton.
The programs will take place each Sunday in September. Visitors are advised to park in the parking area near the Performing Arts Center and walk past PAC to the right. The CCIT building will be seen on the left and Compton on the right. Enter the CCIT building from its entrance near the FSU clock tower. Be sure to arrive 15 minutes early.
Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 4:00pm