Next month, the Orlando Science Center will add a new film for guests to watch.
Called “Space Junk,” the film documents how debris could affect the orbit of planets. The 38-minute film is narrated by actor Tom Wilkinson.
The OSC will debut the film during the return of their popular Cocktails & Cosmos event on September 8.
The adults-only party will run from 8pm to 11pm, and guests can also explore the OSC during that time. Admission is $13.
“Space Junk” will then be added to the films playing at the OSC’s Dr. Phillips CineDome, starting September 10. It will run through February 2013.
Regular admission to the Orlando Science Center is $17 for ages 12 and over, and $12 for ages 3-11.
For more info, go to OSC.org or call 407-514-2000. The Orlando Science Center is located at 777 E. Princeton Street in Orlando.
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