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  • Challenger Learning Center of San Antonio
    7950 Outer Circle Road
    Brooks City-Base, TX 78235
    T. 210-531-9767

    Astronaut John Blaha, chairman of the Brooks Aerospace Foundation, Inc., will unveil the new Hubble images to press and invited guests. Astronaut Blaha will be assisted by students who have flown missions at the Center. The images will be on indefinite display at the Center and will be featured in our Camp Challenger summer day camp program. Call for more information.
  • Cook Center Planetarium at Navarro College
    3100 W. Collin
    Corsicana, TX 75110
    T. 903-874-1211 or 800-988-5317

    Cook Center Planetarium will place Hubble's two new images on permanent display at 7 p.m. April 27th during its annual Spring Star Party. The public and press are invited to attend this free event. Free presentations of "Through the Eyes of Hubble" and "Ring World" will take place inside the planetarium. At sunset, our 14-inch telescope will be set up outside to view Jupiter and Saturn.
  • The Science Place
    1318 S. Second Avenue
    Dallas, TX 75210
    T. 214-428-5555

    Hubble's two new images will be mounted on the new ViewSpace Theater wall on Space Day, May 5. On May 7, they'll be featured at the Dino Dash/Discovery Fest, an annual fund-raiser, and at the "Unveiling Space" event on May 26.
  • St. Mark's School of Texas Planetarium
    10600 Preston Road
    Dallas, TX 75230
    T. 214-346-8190
  • Space Center Houston
    1601 NASA Road 1
    Houston, TX 77058
    T. 281-244-2100
  • International Museum of Art & Science
    1900 Nolana Avenue
    McAllen, Texas 78501
    T. 956-682-1564
  • Witte Museum
    3801 Broadway
    San Antonio, Texas 78209
    T. 210-357-1900
  • Tarleton Science Planetarium
    Tarleton State University College of Science & Technology
    Stephenville, Texas 76401
    T. 254-968-0523
  • Hudnall Planetarium
    Tyler Junior College
    Tyler, TX 75711
    In the heart of the Tyler Junior College main campus near the intersection of Mahon Avenue and Lake
    T. 903-510-2312

    Two new Hubble images will receive their grand unveiling ceremony at 10 a.m. April 25 at Hudnall Planetarium. Both the media and public are invited. Images will then be on public display at the planetarium during regular planetarium hours. See the website or call for times.