When exploring black holes we encounter warped space, quantum particles, and other topics once found only in science fiction. We will gain a better understanding of these once theoretical objects while preserving the wonder around them. This is best for ages 10 and up.

Following are Massachusetts Science Curriculum topics that are addressed in this program:

Earth and Space Science
Earth in the Solar System
8. Gravity is a force that pulls all things toward the center of the earth. Gravity influences the formation and movement of the planets, stars, and solar system.

Earth and Space Science
Matter and Energy in the Earth System
1.2 Describe the characteristics of electromagnetic radiation and give examples of its impact on life and Earth’s systems.

Origin and Evolution of the Universe
4.2 Describe the influence of gravity and inertia on the rotation and revolution of orbiting bodies.

4.3 Explain how the Sun, Earth, and solar system formed from a nebula of dust and gas in a spiral arm of the Milky Way Galaxy about 4.6 billion years ago.

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