Monday, November 12, 2018 - 11:00 am - 11:40 am
Within a cloud of interstellar gas, a condensation forms and warms up until the little star is born. As the little star looks around, he sees a sky filled with stars. Visiting with an old star, he learns that stars should have planets to travel along with them. The little star sets off on a search to find planets of his own. Along his journey, the little star meets cool red stars and hot blue-white stars. He meets double stars, a star cluster, and finally the Milky Way. His final lesson is that planets form with stars, and that he has a collection of nine planets orbiting around him. The planets give the little star his name, Sol, and they form his solar system, which lives in one of the spiral arms of the Milky Way.
Grades 1-3; 40 minutes
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There is no late seating. Please arrive about 15 minutes early to purchase your tickets.
Location:Kalamazoo Valley Museum
230 North Rose Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
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Organizer: Kalamazoo Valley Museum
Organization: Kalamazoo Valley Museum
Organizer Phone: 269.373.7990
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