3 Things You Need to Know: July 16, 2019

The Clark Planetarium in downtown Salt Lake is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. There are lots of fun and free activities going on July 16-20.

> July 17 (8:45pm)

A screening of the movie First Man in the Olympic Plaza at The Gateway. Clark Planetarium will have activities for kids before the film starts.

> July 17 & 18 (11am & 2pm) - Clark Planetarium

Workshop with a real NASA Engineer – what it’s like in space!

> July 20 (11am-3pm) - Moon Landing Anniversary Celebration

FREE and open to the public! A full day of family-friendly activities celebrating the Apollo 11 Moon Landing anniversary.

Full event list - https://slco.org/clark-planetarium/blog/celebrate-the-50th-anniversary-of-the-apollo-11-mission-with-clark-planetarium/

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https://nypost.com/2019/07/14/swedish-people-are-getting-chip-implants-to-replace-cash-credit-cards/

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