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IYA2009 Mid-Autumn Nite

October 3rd, 2009

As part of the International Year of Astronomy celebrations, SCS will be organizing the International Year of Astronomy Mid-Autumn Nite @ 2nd October (Friday).

Bring your friends & family for a magical night out, basking in the warm glow of lanterns & discovering the enchanting night sky!

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Event: International Year of Astronomy Mid-Autumn Nite

Date: 2nd October (Friday)

Time: 7pm – 10pm

Venue: Observatory @ Omni-Theatre

Fee: FREE admission


 

Leisurely Lantern Walk

Meeting Point:

Outside Chinese Garden MRT

(walk to Observatory @ Omni-Theatre)

Time:    Walk starts at 7pm

Fee:      FREE admission


Free lanterns will be distributed at meeting point!

(while stocks last)



 

Event Highlights:

· Stargazing @ Observatory

Free mooncakes will be distributed!

(while stocks last)

· Exciting children hands-on activity! Make your own limited edition HISTORYTM 3D planetarium

· Movie screening “Wall-E” under the stars

· High-definition movie screenings of “The Universe” by HISTORYTM (StarHub TV Ch 09)

Extended Opening Hours Till 10pm

· Enjoy discounts off admission rates when you join in our celebrations

· Science Centre: Explore the latest Microbes & Mathematics exhibitions!

· Omni-Theatre: Discover outer space with IMAX Movie “Space Station” (showtimes: 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm)

· Snow City: Enjoy snowy fun in a winter wonderland

* The respective Science Centre, IMAX Movie & Snow City admission charges apply.


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One Response to “IYA2009 Mid-Autumn Nite”

  1. […] For this month, the activities kickstart with some interesting events over at Science Centre Singapore. There’s the IYA2009 Mid-Autumn Nite on 2nd Oct (Friday), where you can bring your friends & family for a magical night out, basking in the warm glow of lanterns & discovering the enchanting night sky! It’s free admission as well, and there are many activities such as a Lantern Walk (with free lanterns!), stargazing at the Observatory, free mooncakes, 3D planeterium making, movie screenings and a couple other things. Definitely a very eventful night, so do check it out! More information over at http://astronomy.sg/archives/594. […]

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