SATURDAY, May 7th
10:30 AM - 4 PM
Come celebrate all things aviation & space at this great festival for individuals and families!
- Drive a robot with FIRST Robotics
- Be an engineer or a mathematician at Raytheon's Math Moves U and Engineering Stations
- Learn all about our wild weather from the Plymouth State University's Meteorology Team
- Learn all about telescopes from our friends in the NH Astronomical Society
- Explore nature at the Squam Lakes Science Center Discovery Station
- Try your hand at flying with the NH Aviation Bureau's Flight Simulator
- Check out Mitchell Comics’ new special edition Mercury 7 comic book, premiering at Aerospacefest 2016.
- Explore marine science with a team from Seacoast Science Center
- Discover what aeronautics is all about with the New England Air Musuem
- Propel your knowledge on rockets into the 21st century with the Boston University Rocket Propulsion group
- Tinker around with members of the Project Management Institute NH Chapter
- Radio the world with our resident ham-radio experts from K1Sky
12 PM: Things with Wings, presented by Squam Lake Natural Science Center
1 PM: Up, Up and Away, presented by Mad Science!
2 PM: NASA Astronaut Sunita Williams, Capt, USN
*Alex Higgins Memorial Space Camp Scholarship Awards
3:15 PM: Up, Up and Away, presented by Mad Science!
Planetarium Shows All Day
11 AM: The Little Star that Could—Discovery Center premiere of this new show!
12 PM: From Earth to the Universe
1 PM: Little Star that Could
3 PM: Black Holes
Last chance to see Climate Change Oceans: Acid vs. Life exhibit (closes May 8th)!
Special thanks to New Hampshire Space Grant Consortium, NH Charitable Foundation and Associated Grocers of New England for their generous support.
All-Inclusive Cost for Aerospacefest Admission:
$15 adults, $13/students; seniors, $10/children ages 3 - 12; FREE for MEMBERS and children 0-2 years old
*Sorry, no passes (library, ASTC, etc.) accepted for Aerospacefest admission
Keynote Speaker: NASA Astronaut Sunita Williams, Capt., USN
||New Planetarium show: The Little Star That Could