Science and Nature

Space Mission Mars Workshop


Ages: 5-10
With SpaceTime’s Space Mission Mars Workshop, kids go on a virtual tour of Earth’s next door neighbor exploring the mysteries of Mars as if they were really there. They will get to test their piloting skills as they try to bring down their very own SpaceTime Mars Landers on the surface of Mars. From this they will feel what Mars is like by making their very own Mars Mud, search for signs of life on Mars, and much more!
Instructor: SpaceTime
Location: PACE Center
Fee: $26 R/$28 NR
10638 Sa, Nov. 4, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Mission Black Hole Workshop


Ages: 5-10
Are you ready for a wild ride into a black hole? SpaceTime’s Mission: Black Hole workshop takes kids on a virtual journey to the edge of a black hole and then straight into one of these amazing mysteries of the cosmos. Manning their own flight consoles they will take a fascinating ride through some of the science surrounding these light swallow oddities and participate in activities such as launching their own black hole blasters, taking the wormhole challenge, testing out extreme gravity, and more.
Instructor: SpaceTime
Location: PACE Center
Fee: $26 R/$28 NR
10805 Sa, Feb. 10, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Gravity Blast Workshop


Ages: 5-10
SpaceTime’s Gravity Blast workshop takes kids on a hands-on, minds-on ride through the science of getting rockets and astronauts into space and beyond. Workshop includes all new activities and experiments such as designing their own rocket missions, trying out their planet-walking skills in our micro-gravity boots, experiencing a simulated gravity slingshot, launching spacecraft on interstellar missions and much more.
Instructor: SpaceTime
Location: PACE Center
Fee: $26 R/$28 NR
10806 F, Mar. 30, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Other Earths Mini Camp

Ages: 5-10
With SpaceTime’s Other Earths program, kids get to take a deep space journey to some of the exciting new worlds recently discovered around distant stars including seven exoplanets that scientists believe are similar enough to Earth to possibly be habitable by humans. They will get to do virtual flyovers and landings on these Earth-cousins to search for alien life, learn how to design and build exoplanet bases, and go hands-on to see how we can find more of these other Earths.
Instructor: SpaceTime
Location: PACE Center
Fee: $65 R/$70 NR
10807 F, April 20, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.