May 26, 2015 – Celebrate Space Day at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science on Sunday, May 31st, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. It’s free for all participants, thanks to Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) funding.
Carry out rocket activities with United Launch Alliance and Lockheed Martin, explore Earth and space imaging with Ball Aerospace and Digital Globe, get mission updates from Space Science Institute and Lockheed Martin, build a gumdrop spacecraft with Sierra Nevada, safely view the sun with Denver Astronomical Society, and go on a scavenger hunt to find out about Youth One Book One, Denver’s best summer read.
Plus, free face painting, diorama tours, Mr. Bones the paleopuppeteer, and more!
Schedule of Events
RocketWorks with United Launch Alliance
Space Imaging Activities with Ball Aerospace
Gum Drop Spacescraft with Sierra Nevada
Create your own Mission Badge with Denver Astronomical Society
Find Skylar the Stegosaurus with DigitalGlobe
Solar Telescope Viewing with the Museum and the Denver Astronomical Society
Free face painting
Scavenger Hunt – Pick up a scavenger hunt and explore the Museum’s world famous wildlife dioramas
Space Exploration Updates – Mars mission updates with Space Science Institute
Future Missions with Lockheed Martin
Explore More! Secrets of the Dioramas Tours
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