Intergalactic planet hoppers land at HMNS Sugar Land with Zula Patrol: Mission Weather

Do the names Bula, Multo, Zeeter, Wizzy or Wigg mean anything to you? They will after a visit to HMNS Sugar Land’s latest exhibit, Zula Patrol: Mission Weather, which teaches kids aged from pre-kindergarten to the third grade and beyond all about Earth’s weather systems with hands-on, interactive activities.

Zula Patrol: Mission Weather opens at HMNS Sugar Land Feb. 8!

Starting this Friday, this band of intergalactic fact-gatherers (as they’re called) will teach visitors about weather phenomena like clouds, precipitation, wind and temperature.

Based on the popular educational television program of the same name, the Zula Patrol museum exhibition aims to promote an understanding of and an interest in science and astronomy with character-driven storytelling.

Zula Patrol: Mission Weather is on exhibit at HMNS Sugar Land until May 27. For tickets, click here.

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