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"Flandrau: Space" Top 5 Page for this destination Flandrau Science Museum Tip by Basaic

Flandrau Science Museum, Tucson: 3 reviews and 7 photos

   
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  • Flandrau:  Space - Tucson
  • Flandrau:  Space - Tucson
  • Ring Meteorite - Tucson
      Ring Meteorite
    by Basaic
 

Here you see some of the displays of space science. Photo 1 shows some of the types of meteorites showing the composition of asteroids. Photo 2 is another illustration of the composition of an asteroid. Photo 3 is a bronze replica of a ring shaped meteor that was found in Arizona in the 1840s. The original meteor is on display at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.

Address: Off Speedway in the center of Tucson
Directions: From Interstate 10 take Exit I-10 at exit 257 - Take Speedway Boulevard east , and continue to Park Avenue. The University of Arizona will be on both the north and south side of Speedway Boulevard.

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  • Written Aug 26, 2008
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