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The Kentucky Science Center in Louisville is set to host a special event for the upcoming solar eclipse on April 8th. This unique experience will offer guests free activities and admission from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a limited number of free eclipse glasses available as well.

During the event, visitors can explore the Science Center’s 50,000 square feet of activities and enjoy programming throughout the galleries. Educational programs about the eclipse, eclipse-viewing safety, gravity, cultural interpretations of eclipses, and constellations will be accessible for guests to engage in. Additionally, guests can watch a screening of the documentary “Journey to Space 3-D” in the Science Center’s four-story theater and learn more about NASA’s Space Shuttle program, International Space Station, and Hubble Space Telescope.

Kentucky Science Center CEO Mike Norman is thrilled to be hosting this event that allows people to come together and experience this rare phenomenon in an educational way. He emphasizes the importance of engaging people in scientific exploration and understanding what makes this event so special. This event is made possible by a NASA Kentucky Space Grant.

The Kentucky Science Center is located at 727 W. Main Street and is open seven days a week from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., providing an excellent opportunity for members of the community to come together and witness this historic moment in science history while learning something new!

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