Are you ready for an adventure? Those from three to ninety-three can immerse themselves in science, mathematics, and history and have a whole lot of fun while learning! Imagine being so absorbed with a live show you feel you taken back to the 17th century, believing you were actually speaking to Galileo or getting into a mini-dome and having an interactive planetarium experience! Some might ask, how does that happen? It all comes to life by the contagious inspiration and excitement from the artist who is sought out by some of the most notable organizations, along with parents and adults, who want to step into his space and time machines, going back and stepping out.
Guest Mike Francis, a United States Army veteran, who holds a MS in Interdisciplinary Studies, MA in Physics, BS Ed in Physics, is a television and stage actor, lecturer, photographer, an educator at “Stars Science Theater,” and writer at the “Charles Hayden Planetarium at Boston’s Museum of Science” who brings education and entertainment to museums, libraries, and schools. He also has branched out on his own with his Galileo Galilei “The Starry Messenger,” “The Stargazer’s Apprentice,” and “Night Skies.”
During this episode, Rebecca and Mike talk about how exciting his performances are and also share and encourage the audience on how they can pursue going after what they want in life.
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