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COSMOSPHERE MUSEUM TO BEGIN RENOVATIONS

COSMOSPHERE MUSEUM TO BEGIN RENOVATIONS

Beginning Sept. 16, the German Gallery and the beginning of the Cold War Gallery (up to the Redstone Atomic Warhead) will be closed and inaccessible during renovations.

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  • TWO TEMPORARY EXHIBITS OPENING AT THE COSMOSPHERE

    May 10, 2014

    May 10, 2014, two new temporary exhibits will be on display in the Cosmosphere’s Hall of Space Museum. “The Art and Science of Conservation” will be located in the entrance of the museum through July 31, 2014, and “A New Flight Path for Liberty Bell 7” will be on display in the Mollett Early Spaceflight Gallery.

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  • COSMOSPHERE FEATURED IN SOUTHWEST AIRLINES’

    COSMOSPHERE FEATURED IN SOUTHWEST AIRLINES’

    January 9, 2014

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Upcoming Events

  • Coffee at the Cosmo: Space Debris: Do you know what is hanging over our heads?
    October 17
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  • 2019 Everything Under the Stars
    October 26
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  • Veteran’s Day Salute
    November 11
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  • Coffee at the Cosmo: Space Debris: Do you know what is hanging over our heads?

    Date: Thursday, October 17, 2019 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 "Space Debris: Do you know what is hanging over our heads?," by guest speaker, Ron Lopez, President and Managing Director, Astroscale U.S. Inc. 

    Society relies on satellites for all aspects of daily life – from communications, navigation, to monitoring the planet for environmental efforts. However, millions of pieces of debris of all shapes and sizes are orbiting the Earth and posing a threat to active satellites on which humankind depends. Astroscale is developing the technology and working with international partners to encourage the responsible use of space. For more infomation about Astroscale, visit astroscale.com.

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

  • Early Closing of the Lobby at 5 pm

    Date: Friday, October 18, 2019
    Location:Cosmosphere Lobby

    The Cosmosphere's main entrance, naviGATOR simulator and lobby will be closing early to the General Public on Friday, October 18 at 5:00 pm for a private event. The Carey Digital Dome Theater shows afer 5:00 pm will play as scheduled. The Hall of Space Museum and Gift Store are open normal hours until 7:00 pm.

    Please use the alternate entrance to the North of the main entrance, by the Richard E. Smith Science Center.

  • Early Closing of the Building at 3 pm

    Date: Saturday, October 26, 2019
    Location:Cosmosphere

    On Saturday, October 26, the Cosmosphere's main entrance and lobby will be closing early to the General Public at 12:00 p.m. Following at 3:00 p.m. the Cosmosphere and all its attractions will close to prepare for our annual fundraisier, Everything Under the Stars. The doors will reopen at 6:00 p.m. for ticketed guests of this event.

    The Carey Digital Dome Theater will have shows until 3:00 p.m. The Hall of Space Museum and Gift Store are open until 3:00 p.m. Please use the alternate entrance to the North of the main entrance, by the Richard E. Smith Science Center.

    There will be no feature film or documentaries showing after 3:00 p.m. The naviGATOR Simulator will not be available all day. 

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