Mexican Archaeoastronomy - March 24, 2020

Updated: Nov 13, 2020

Description: This new Planetarium program illustrates the important role played by astronomical observation in the evolution of pre-Hispanic cultures in central Mexico. Mexican Archeoastronomy artfully intertwines science and mythology. The new show delves into how the Mexicans used the calendrical and astronomical knowledge of previous cultures to found the capital of their empire, Tenochtitlan. Vibrant colors, shapes and sounds transport the viewer to a culture that, to this day, still lives on in the hearts of the Mexican people.

Date and Time: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 from 7:00 PM- 8:00 PM

Location: John Carl Pogue Planetarium 301 W Warrior Trail Grand Prairie, TX 75052

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