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Did the ancient Greeks use computers? Discovered in the spring of 1901 among the remains of an ancient Roman shipwreck, the Antikythera Mechanism—a 2,000 year old analog computer designed to predict astronomical events—has astounded scientists, mathematicians, and astronomers worldwide. Join David Mestre, Director of the Henry B. duPont III Planetarium, as he presents the fascinating tale of the discovery of the Antikythera Mechanism, its clever inner workings, and the riddle of its genesis that dates back over two millennia. RSVP requested: RSVP@discoverymuseum.org.