You can discover space at Abrams Planetarium at Michigan State University. Abrams Planetarium has dedicated it's weekends to shows for families just like yours.
The shows are a great way for children to be introduced to various and fascinating space-related topics, where they can learn all the weird and wonderful facts about what goes on in our universe.
You'll be amazed with what you might see. Perhaps you'll see craters of the moon up close, or maybe you'll see the rings of Saturn with your very own eyes, or maybe even the big spot on Jupiter.
These sessions occur twice a month from April to October, so make sure you get in early and don't miss out.
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