There are lots of questions in the world that no one has the answer too. Mysteries that man just can’t answer. Why does JEA continue to tear up my street every other week to patch various sections of sewer when they should just replace the whole thing all at once? Why do the trains seem to blow their horns more often at night when I am trying to sleep? What type of fish are the people catching at the fishing spot on River Road? I do not know the answers to any of these questions. I also don’t know what meteorites are or how they get to Earth. Neither do the scientists in charge of knowing things like this.
MOSH is going to try and shed some light on the meteorite mystery at the upcoming MOSH After Dark event. Dr. Mike Reynolds will lead a discussion surrounding the mystery of meteorites. The event begins on Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 for the general public and free for museum members. MOSH After Dark is a grown-ups only event so leave the kids at home. Dr. Reynolds’ extensive background in all things space related guarantee we will all walk away knowing more about meteorites than before. As for my other questions, those will continue to perplex San Marconians for centuries to come.