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Live Science From Kennedy Space Center
Fri., 5-22-2020
noon Eastern Time
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Event added by Jordan L.

A robust new roster of free, online content from Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex designed to engage with children in Elementary through High School, will continue throughout May 2020. A universe of topics, many that include an interactive, at-home activity, will be sure to entertain and enlighten even the most amateur space enthusiast.  Following is the new schedule of featured topics for upcoming virtual lessons:

  • 5/4 Earth/Moon/Sun distances
  • 5/5 Alan Shepard (HAL)
  • 5/6 Build a Mars Rover
  • 5/7 Canadarm & End Effector
  • 5/8 Aeronautics:  Foam Glider
  • 5/11 International Space Station
  • 5/12 Geodesic Sphere
  • 5/13 Inertia (Kugel Sphere & Microgravity)
  • 5/14 Straw Rockets
  • 5/15 Rover Tracks (MB1 Engineering & Ops)
  • 5/18 Heat Shield
  • 5/19 Neutral Buoyancy Lab
  • 5/20 NASA Now/Orion EFT-1/SpaceX Dragon/Starliner
  • 5/21 Fasten Your Seatbelt
  • 5/22 Crew Dragon
  • 5/25 Crewed Launches
  • 5/26 LCC- Countdown to Launch
  • 5/27 Build Your Own Crew Vehicle
  • 5/28 Diaper Dissection (Spin-off)
  • 5/29 Conservation of Momentum

The interactive presentations can be viewed on Facebook at @KennedySpaceCenterVisitorComplex and on Instagram at @KennedySpaceCenter.

Event details are subject to change. Please contact the event host to verify these details are accurate.


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