MOAS Planetarium

Keeping a Stellar Connection

The Daytona Beach Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS) has a close partnership with Embry-Riddle. One of the best examples of this close-knit friendship is MOAS's Planetary Program and Embry-Riddle's Astronomy and Astrophysics program in the Physicals Sciences Department at the College of Arts and Sciences. Take a look at this ongoing partnership from Embry-Riddle alumnus Seth Mayo, Curator of Astronomy at MOAS.

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