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LAS at World Museum – Apollo displays, activities

Saturday, 18th May 2019


As part of our ongoing Apollo celebrations, the LAS will be present at the World Museum on Saturday with a set of Apollo-related displays in the area outside the lecture theatre where Dr. Bowman’s talk will take place, as well the area near the 5th floor balcony. We will also have Solar scopes on the balcony if the weather permits.

If you would like to help out on the day, please contact Steve Southern by filling out the form below and let him know. Any assistance will be appreciated.

In addition to the LAS displays, the museum is also hosting the Astronomy Photographer of the Year exhibit, which is definitely worth a look and the planetarium has a new Apollo-themed show called “Capcom Go! The Apollo Story  (please remember that you will have to buy a ticket to see the planetarium show.)


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    World Museum, Liverpool (formerly NMGM Liverpool Museum)
    World Museum, William Brown St
    Liverpool, Merseyside L3 8EN United Kingdom
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    0151 478 4393