Cosmics Collisions / EXO


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April 17 to August 6, 2018
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4801, avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
Montréal, QC Canada
H1V 3V4

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Double feature for 7 years old and over

Cosmic Collisions

A radical change from our peaceful night sky, Cosmic Collisions presents the spectacular result of gravity pulling together planets, stars, and galaxies. These sometimes explosive encounters may have not only ended the age of the dinosaurs and gave birth to new stars,essential for life on Earth.

Cosmic Collisions will provide an extraordinary view of the forces – constructive or catastrophic – that continue to shape our Universe.

  • Producer: American Museum of Natural History (United States), in collaboration with the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, GOTO Inc. and the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum.
  • Length: 23 minutes
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Are we alone in the Universe? As thousands of planets are being detected outside our solar system, can the discovery of life elsewhere be far off? Scientists are delving into this quest for knowledge of our origins, and the possible impact of finding extraterrestrial life.

The show is preceded by a presentation on tonight’s sky.

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