Can't come to us? We can come to you!
We will adjust the content of any of the following programs to suit your students' grade level. These programs actively involve your students in exciting, enjoyable learning experiences. Some programs involve hands-on activities for every student. Others utilize volunteers from the audience. We will be happy to answer questions after each show. Name a topic in space science and we'll deliver a program to your students in a fun and educational way!
In our portable, inflatable planetarium, we offer a variety of shows to choose from for groups of 30-40 students at a time:
Tonight’s Sky – our educators can customize a show about the constellations and the night sky. Great for all ages.
Ice Worlds – visit the two poles of Earth and the icy landscapes of our solar system. For grades 5-8.
Infinity Express – take an exciting journey of discovery to explore our solar system, includes breathtaking images from the Hubble Space Telescope. For grades 4-12.
The Amazing Telescope - A dynamic look at the development and types of telescopes from Galileo's time to the high-powered observatories of today. For grades 7-12.
Impact Earth - What are the differences between asteroids, meteors and comets? Learn how these objects are discovered and how potential impacts might be deflected. For grades 5-8.
Requirements: 25-foot square area and a minimum of 15-foot ceiling clearance, with no obstructions.
Cost: $250, plus round-trip mileage from Concord for one session. Each additional same-day session is $125 with a maximum charge of $600 for five sessions, plus mileage.
Session length: 30-40 minutes.
Educator demonstrations are designed for the classroom and ideal for no more than 60 students to maximize visibility. Demonstrations can be modified for more students with advance notice.
ISS - Living and Working in Space:
Using exclusive NASA videos and a variety of visual and hands on demonstrations, students will learn how astronauts live and work in space while answering questions like: What is it like to live in space? How do astronauts adjust to microgravity? What are the astronauts doing in space? Recommended for grades 1-6.
In this interactive science theater presentation, students learn about the planets in our solar system and how scientists and engineers find planets orbiting other stars. Recommended for grades 1-5.
The Comet Show:
Explore what a comet is made of and where they come from through interactive and exciting activities and demonstrations. This demonstration's grand finale involves a student volunteer making a spectacular model of a comet using dry ice, syrup and cookies. For Grades 1-8.
We will bring our telescopes to your event during the day for solar viewing or at night for viewing stars, planets and other objects in the night sky. If requested this program can also include presentations about how telescopes work, why dark skies are important and what the beginner should look for in purchasing a telescope.
Cost: $175 per hour per educator plus round-trip mileage from Concord, NH for the first session, plus $125 for each additional session
Mini Paper Rocket Workshop
In this workshop, participants will be guided through the engineering challenge of designing a paper rocket. We will explore common aeronautical questions like: how do planes fly and how can rockets fly so high. Then participants put their new knowledge to the test as they construct a paper rocket and use our air powered launcher to send their rocket into the air. A well made rocket can go 200 feet or more!
Cost: $250 per workshop, plus round-trip mileage from Concord, NH for the first session, $125 for each additional session.
Schedule Your Outreach!
To schedule an outreach or for more information, give us a call!