Michigan Science Center Will Show Live Broadcast Of Eclipse Day Aug. 21

ROYAL OAK – Can’t get to Tennessee to see the eclipse of the sun on Aug. 21? Don’t worry, the Michigan Science Center has got you covered. CEO Tonya Matthews, PhD, said on this segment of M2 TechCast that the Detroit center near Wayne State University’s campus will safely project the eclipse in the Toyota Engineering 4D Theater.  The theater will be open to all visitors on Eclipse Day and is included with paid general admission.

What’s more, Sunstruck, the NASA-funded planetarium show, will be playing in MiSci’s Dassault Systèmes Planetarium on Eclipse Day. The film takes viewers to the beginning of time to experience the birth of the sun, to discover how it came to support life, how it threatens life as we know it, and how its energy will one day fade away.

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