Science takes center stage Saturday, April 22 in marches planned across the country. Philadelphia will host its own local science march from City Hall to Penn’s Landing.
The Philadelphia Science Festival begins Friday, April 21. The festival brings 80+ free or nearly free activities and programs to locations all over the city. The 10 day long event culminates with the city-wide astronomy night on the 28th and the Science Carnival at Penn’s Landing on the 29th.
Jupiter, Mars and Saturn are all visible in the night sky this week.