The Cosmosphere is Your Place for Space in 2020!
January 7, 2020The Cosmosphere is Your Place for Space in 2020! And if you’re an educator in Northwestern Kansas, your students don’t even have to make the trek to Hutchinson to experience exciting, hands-on learning.
Top 13 STEAM Holiday Gifts
December 6, 2019Looking for that unique gift for the NASA or space lover on your list? Check out our TOP 13 STEAM Holiday Gifts!
You Never Know Unless You Ask…Sometimes There’s a Story to be Heard
November 20, 2019I was chasing an errand over the lunch hour on a Wednesday afternoon, when I stopped at a nearby Sam’s store for one of those inexpensive hot dog and drink combos.
In the News: Hidden Figures Artifacts and STEM Education
February 3, 2017Many artifacts featured and referenced in the film, Hidden Figures, can be found right here in Hutchinson, KS!
Mercury Crosses the Sun and More May Planetary News
May 2, 2016For the first time in nearly 10 years, the planet Mercury will be visible as it crosses in front of the sun on May 9. The Cosmosphere will provide its telescopes and specially fitted binoculars to the public to view the event between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Monday, May 9th. Join us (weather permitting) in the south parking lot of the Cosmosphere at the southeast corner of 11th Ave and Plum St.
Welcome Home Scott Kelly! How are your fingernails?
March 2, 2016US Astronaut Scott Kelly returned from 340 days in space today. Over the next several weeks, medical teams will be assessing the impact of the long mission on his health. They'll be considering some of the same issues to be addressed at the first-of-its-kind Space Medicine Camp, available for high school students this summer at the Cosmosphere. Students will learn about the physiological and psychological impact of long duration space travel alongside subject matter experts from a variety of health science fields.