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  • The Cosmosphere is temporarily closed. 

    The Cosmosphere is temporarily closed. 

    March 16, 2020

    With safety of our visitors and staff as its utmost priority, the Cosmosphere is temporarily closed. 

    Until then, we encourage those who were hoping to visit during this two-week period to take a virtual tour of the Cosmosphere’s world-renowned collection via this link

    Get fun science facts and home experiments by signing up for the Cosmosphere Newsletter here. If you can’t bring your family to the Cosmosphere, bring the Cosmosphere to your family!

    Take time to learn more about what summer camp experiences your children and grandchildren might enjoy at at cosmocamps.org. Planning ahead and anticipating new and exciting things in the future are sure ways for children—and all of us—to dispel anxious thoughts about the present.

    We will reopen and we will be ready to share our new CosmoKids area and X-Plane gallery with all our visitors, along with the rest of the experience only the Cosmosphere can offer.

    Until then, we will share the power that comes from facing these unprecedented times together as a community, a nation and a world.


    If you booked any Cosmosphere experience, please contact our Box Office Manager to discuss rescheduling: samanthas@cosmo.org or 620.665.9304.

    If you booked any educational outreach activities, please contact our School Programs Manager to discuss rescheduling: joannas@cosmo.org or 620.665.9319. 

    Please accept our profound apologizes for any inconvenience.

Upcoming Events

  • Virtual Coffee at the Cosmo: Commercial Lunar Payload Services
    June 18
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  • Virtual Coffee at the Cosmo: Commercial Lunar Payload Services

    Date: Thursday, June 18, 2020 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
    Location:Online

    This will be a virtual presentation only. Join us live on our Facebook page on the day of the event here.

    Pull up your easy chair, grab your mug of Joe, sit back in the comfort of your own home and enjoy this free presentation on "Commercial Lunar Payload Services: Delivery Trucks for the Moon," with Propulsion Design, Development, & Production Lead at Agile Space Industries and Cosmosphere Camp Alumnus, Charlie Garcia.

    Learn how NASA is trying to leverage it's success with the commercial resupply program for the International Space Station to drastically reduce the cost of getting payloads to the moon, enable exploration, resource development, and human expansion beyond low-Earth orbit.

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

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