Astronomy student Michael Smith sits back as he and his fellow pupils savor the 105-seat planetarium at the Modesto Junior College Community Science Center during a class Tuesdsay evening. At left, students walk down the main staircase modeled after the double helix of the DNA strand.
Astronomy student Michael Smith sits back as he and his fellow pupils savor the 105-seat planetarium at the Modesto Junior College Community Science Center during a class Tuesdsay evening. At left, students walk down the main staircase modeled after the double helix of the DNA strand. efunez@modbee.com
Astronomy student Michael Smith sits back as he and his fellow pupils savor the 105-seat planetarium at the Modesto Junior College Community Science Center during a class Tuesdsay evening. At left, students walk down the main staircase modeled after the double helix of the DNA strand. efunez@modbee.com

MJC science center a star in its own right

November 16, 2013 06:50 PM

More Videos

  • Students learn to Stop the Bleed

    Doctors Medical Center plans to teach students throughout Stanislaus County how to stanch uncontrolled bleeding in the event of vehicle crashes, shootings and other incidents. It kicked off training at Johansen High. Deke Farrow/jfarrow@modbee.com