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Dates:Thursday, April 5, 2103 - Monday, April 15, 2013
Hours:7pm - 9:30pm
In/Outdoor:Indoor, Outdoor
Cost:see below
Category:Science & Technology
The Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) has now been imaging the Solar System boundary and collecting interstellar wind from our galactic neighborhood over more than 4 years at the same time the two Voyagers are knocking at the boundary.

With this exciting, unprecedented constellation of spacecraft, we track changes inside the protective bubble of our home system as the Sun increases its activity from an extended quiet state.

Dr. Eberhard Mobius of UNH, a lead scientist on the IBEX team, will illustrate and draw you into a discussion of the latest news.7 PM - Tonight's Sky planetarium show
8:15 - Feature Presentation

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$10/Adult $9/Sr & Student $6/Child

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www.starhop.com

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McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Ctr, 2 Institute Dr., Concord, NH, 03301 map
Phone: 603-271-7827

From north or south: I-93 to exit 15 E (I-393) in Concord, NH. Take exit 1 and follow the signs to the Discovery Center parking lot. From east: Rt 4 W to I-393 W. Take exit 1 and follow the signs to the Discovery Center parking lot.Look for the 92' tall Mercury-Redstone Rocket at the entry!

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