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Exploring the World of Pirate Science

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Date: 11/18/2012

Time: 10:00 am - 02:00 pm



Where
Acton, Massachusetts, United States 177 Main St.

978-264-4200

http://discoverymuseums.org


Good for: Family


Price: fee


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How were ships were built in the days before cranes and computers? How did it float? What ... Read More >>
How were ships were built in the days before cranes and computers? How did it float? What materials make the best sails? Explore these questions with Brandeis scientists as they tackle the mysteries and science behind being a pirate. Drop-in. Free with admission.
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