Gastonia nature lovers to explore the Universe

August 22, 2012 by  

The Schiele Museum of Natural History gets September underway by holding a Nightwatch Planetarium Show. The museum location is 1500 E. Garrison Blvd. in Gastonia, North Carolina, which is nearby for those interested parties that live in Charlotte. For nature and outdoor lovers, this show could be the perfect learning avenue.

The James H Lynne Planetarium lets patrons relax and look into the sky to see asteroids, nebulae, black holes, galaxies, and rotating planets dancing on the domed ceiling. The museum offers diverse programming and exceptional exhibitions, since Bud Schiele spent his lifetime studying and preserving nature. The museum has been in existence for years and it attracts visitors from all over North America. The city of Charlotte now owns the museum.

The Schiele Museum of Natural History is a popular place to see presentations and exhibits and this event will educate individuals on how to identify sights from their own backyard. By using small telescopes and binoculars, the average person can explore the universe completely and the instruction given at the museum will help with the exploration. Print companies have probably finished the flyer printing for the Nightwatch Planetarium Show. Banner printing could be used as well.

The show gets started on Saturday, September 1 beginning at 3:30 pm. The normal museum admission, which varies, will apply plus $3 for adults, while admission is free for children under three years old. For more information on the Nightwatch Planetarium Show, or to find out more about the exploration of planets, visit the website of the Schiele Museum of Natural History.