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The Mysterious Birth of the Moon

The Mysterious Birth of the Moon
Over five decades ago, the United States and the Soviet Union raced to become the first nation to land an astronaut on the moon. The Apollo astronauts got there first。 They picked up rocks and delivered them to labs back on Earth. Those samples have given scientists clues to one of the most vexing questions in all of science: where did the Moon come from? The answer sheds light on an even grander question: how did the Earth evolve into the planet we know today?

Narrated in English with English subtitles

Date: 21.9.2019 (Saturday)
Time: 3:00–3:30 pm

Place: Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Space Museum

Free admission on a first come, first served basis

 
 

Wonders of The Moon

Wonders of The Moon
Blood moons, super moons and total eclipses. Explore a stunning medley of lunar delights from across the globe. Low light cameras reveal the moon in its natural light, in ways that have rarely been witnessed, and illustrate its extraordinary influence over our planet, against a range of stunning backdrops. Travel to the rich undersea world of the South Pacific, where the coral reefs breed in synch with the moon cycles. Witness the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong, where the entire city falls under the moon's spell, and watch the total eclipse transform day to night across the United States.

Narrated in English with Chinese subtitles

Date: 21.9.2019 (Saturday)
Time: 4:00–5:00 pm

Place: Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Space Museum

Free admission on a first come, first served basis

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