Apollo 11 Week at the Saint Louis Science Center

Monday, July 16, 2018
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018
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Celebrate the 49th Anniversary of the Moon Landing during Apollo 11 Week at the Saint Louis Science Center. This multi-day celebration features rocket launches, space-themed demos, brain teasers, gravity suitcases and the Destination Moon: Apollo 11 Mission space exhibition.

Ongoing activities throughout the week include:

  • Kids can make craters and learn how impact craters have shaped the history of the Moon
  • Explore the phenomena of Earth's magnetic field
  • Make your own paper mountain
  • Cool off with Apollo 11 ice cream
  • Learn how astronauts eat in space with a fun visit to the Moon Cafe
  • Learn how space travel impacts an astronaut's bones and discover more about your skeleton
  • Build your own model rover
  • Visit the newly renovated Mission: Mars gallery
  • Enjoy after-hours fun in the GROW Gallery including live music and free space-themed movies
  • Enjoy a special Science Goes Splat for Splash Down Day on July 24

For a full schedule of each day's activities and more information, visit: slsc.org

 

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