Coast science museum closing temporarily due to virus

 

November 29, 2020



PEARLINGTON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi coast science museum is limiting hours and planning to close for a few months because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Sun Herald reports that Infinity Science Center in Hancock County will be open on the weekends only in December. It will close completely from Jan. 1 through March.

Fred Haise, an Apollo 13 astronaut who serves on the board of Infinity, said officials are hoping to reopen when a coronavirus vaccine is available.

Infinity Science Center is an educational museum with rides, exhibits and tours of Stennis Space Center, a NASA rocket tes...



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