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  • Cosmosphere Camp 301 Students

    Cosmosphere Camp 301 Students

    June 23, 2017

    For more than 30 years, students participating in what is now called Camp 301 at the Cosmosphere International Science Education Center and Space Museum in Hutchinson, KS, have traveled to Houston and Johnson Space Center as part of their camp experience. This week, their experience will sink to new depths.

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  • Medical Effects of Space Travel is Topic for Teens at Cosmosphere Summer Camp

    Medical Effects of Space Travel is Topic for Teens at Cosmosphere Summer Camp

    June 13, 2017

    June 12 through 16, 10 campers will arrive at the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson from around the United States to participate in Space Rx Camp—the first summer camp experience in the nation to focus on the impact of long duration space travel on humans.

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  • Vince Capone presented on Apollo F-1 engine recovery at the Cosmosphere

    Vince Capone presented on Apollo F-1 engine recovery at the Cosmosphere

    June 2, 2017

    In 1969, the famous Apollo 11 mission landed the first two men on the moon. It was an enormous undertaking of men and machines.

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  • June takes off on a high note at the Cosmosphere!

    June takes off on a high note at the Cosmosphere!

    June 2, 2017

    June’s Coffee date has been rescheduled for June 8th to coincide with the availability of Dr. Michael Neufeld, Senior Curator in the Division of Space History at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C.

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  • Kansan’s going up: International Space Station is astronaut’s destination

    Kansan’s going up: International Space Station is astronaut’s destination

    May 16, 2017

    This spring, U.S. Air Force Col. Nick Hague got the news he had been waiting on for two years: He will join the ranks of Steve Hawley, Joe Engle and Ronald Evans as a Kansan to travel into outer space.

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Upcoming Events

  • Early Closing of the Main Entrance and Lobby at 5 pm
    June 12 –
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  • Space Out Saturday: EROSION
    July 15
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  • Coffee at the Cosmo: Capturing the Elusive Solar Eclipse
    July 20
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  • Early Closing of the Main Entrance and Lobby at 5 pm

    Date: Monday, June 12, 2017
    Location:Cosmosphere

    The Cosmosphere's main entrance, naviGATOR simulator and lobby will be closing early to the General Public on Monday, June 12, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. for a private event. The Carey Digital Dome Theater shows after 5:00 pm will play as scheduled. The Hall of Space Museum and Gift Store are open until 7:00 pm. Please use the alternate entrance to the North of the main entrance, by the Richard E. Smith Science Center.

  • Space Out Saturday: EROSION

    Date: Saturday, July 15, 2017 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
    Location:Cosmosphere Lobby

    THIS MONTHS SUBJECT: EROSION! There is a lot of sand at the beach, where did it all come from? Learn about erosion and the different types of rock that break down to make sand. Make your own sand art creation from eroded rocks!

    Family day at the Cosmosphere with free programming for kids – from little tikes to middle school. Join us every third Saturday for our FREE kid-friendly, fun and educational Space Out Saturday! 

    INNOVATOR'S WORKSHOP (LOBBY)
    10:00 am and 12:00 pm

    Open to all, recommended for ages 5-12
    Unique, fun, and educational experiences! Explore science, technology, engineering, and math with exciting hands-on demonstrations and activities.

    STORYTIME (LOBBY)
    11:00 am

    Open to all ages
    Sing, dance, read and have a blast!

    SPACE TREK* (LOBBY)
    1:00 pm

    Open to all, recommended for ages 5-12
    Adventures await! Take a special tour designed to inspire and engage our future astronauts and engineers. (*Hall of Space admission required. Reno County residents are FREE)

    SPACE OUT SATURDAYS ARE OFFERED EVERY 3RD SATURDAY AT THE COSMOSPHERE, AND ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC.

  • Coffee at the Cosmo: Capturing the Elusive Solar Eclipse

    Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
    Location:Cosmosphere

    Offered every Third Thursday from 9:00 - 10:00 am, this enriching continuing education program for life-long learners features entertaining, insightful presentations by Cosmosphere staff and visiting professionals who are experts in a variety of topics related to science and space. Free to the public, coffee and pastries are provided. Watch cosmo.org for topics.

    Enjoy this free presentation on "Capturing the Elusive Solar Eclipse," with special guest speaker Martin Rattcliffe, writer and Planetarium astronomer.

    *Coffee at the Cosmo topics and speakers are subject to change.

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