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Upcoming Events

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25
Mar 2017
Can you make it to Mars? Explore the challenges of getting to the red planet with this special exhibit. It’s a hands-on adventure as we build some of the devices that might be needed to explore Mars. ... [more]
28
Mar 2017
Overture to Opera 11:00 – 12:00 p.m. With live musical examples we'll see where opera came from and how it turned into the art form it is today. A professional singer will be on hand to sing a few ... [more]
28
Mar 2017
The Space Foundation Discovery Center is preparing to spend spring break with the public by exploring science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) in a week filled with “tinkering” ac... [more]
29
Mar 2017
An evening of looking to the stars and discovering the wonders of the universe. This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusi... [more]
30
Mar 2017
What is Classical Music? 11:00 – 12:00 p.m. This is our introductory program. Through physical activity, cartoons and live music your students will realize that they already have a basic understand... [more]
2
Apr 2017
Astronauts • Exhibits • Interactive Activities • Photo Bar • Food and Beverage •Silent Auction and Much More! Proceeds benefit STEM education. Learn more at GoYurisNight.com [more]
6
Apr 2017
The Space Foundation's first Women's Global Gathering will be held during the 33rd Space Symposium at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo. It is open to men and women, and Symposium registration i... [more]
18
Apr 2017
“For some, telling the future is a GIFT. For Mira, it’s a SCIENCE!” Join us for reading and craft fun with a weather theme! Discover the science of weather with author Kell Andrews’ book Mira Forecast... [more]
22
Apr 2017
Register Here! Take a step into the future and create your own hologram by using simple materials found around the house and a smartphone. [more]
26
Apr 2017
An evening of looking to the stars and discovering the wonders of the universe. This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusi... [more]
12
Jun 2017
I heART Space Young aspiring artists and designers will embark on a creative journey combining art and space. They will explore the galaxy through hands-on projects, such as creating exoplanet art... [more]
12
Jun 2017
Sci-Fi World Science Fiction many times becomes reality. Imaginative and forward-thinking explorers will gain insight into the process some of our greatest science fiction writers took to develop ... [more]
19
Jun 2017
Jedi Training Explorers will learn the ways of the Jedi and utilize the latest in technology to explore our galaxy and other worlds. Using plenty of imagination, they will create their own Jedi eq... [more]
19
Jun 2017
Mars Survivor By the year 2033 NASA will be sending humans to Mars. Adventurous explorers will learn what it takes to construct a habitat, work and live on Mars. They will be challenged to use cri... [more]
10
Jul 2017
Sci-Fi World Science Fiction many times becomes reality. Imaginative and forward-thinking explorers will gain insight into the process some of our greatest science fiction writers took to develop ... [more]
10
Jul 2017
I heART Space Young aspiring artists and designers will embark on a creative journey combining art and space. They will explore the galaxy through hands-on projects, such as creating exoplanet art... [more]
17
Jul 2017
Jedi Training Explorers will learn the ways of the Jedi and utilize the latest in technology to explore our galaxy and other worlds. Using plenty of imagination, they will create their own Jedi eq... [more]
17
Jul 2017
Mars Survivor By the year 2033 NASA will be sending humans to Mars. Adventurous explorers will learn what it takes to construct a habitat, work and live on Mars. They will be challenged to use cri... [more]
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Seth
Dear Space Foundation,
I just want to tell you how much my family and I have learned from our trips there. We have a lot of fun. Thank you for teaching me so much about space.
Sincerely,
- Seth, age 7 1/2

News and Press

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