Come join Neil Saavedra and Space Expert Rod Pyle for a live broadcast from the California Science Center. It is the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and screenings of the film ‘Apollo 11: First Steps Edition.’
The Fork Report will be broadcasting live from 2p-5p in front of the California Science Center. So come down and say hello!
This free celebration that will feature
- ·NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) with a custom portable planetarium for a live, interactive, immersive presentation about space science
- ·Meteorite Exploration: What’s the difference between a meteorite and the rocks in your backyard? Take a closer look to find out!
- ·Exploring Craters: Make a “crater” then learn how to study it like a scientist!
- ·Big Sun, Little Moon: In space, distance makes BIG things look pretty small. Experiment with distance to see if you can make a BIG thing hide behind something tiny
- ·Orbiting Objects: Earth isn’t the only object in space with gravity! Explore how every object in space pulls on every other object in space
- ·Objects in Motion: Gravity of objects in space can tell scientists a lot about what we can and cannot see as scientists explore look for exoplanets
- ·Land the Apollo Lunar Module: Take the controls as you approach Tranquility Base aboard Eagle. Do you have what it takes to land?
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‘Apollo 11: First Steps Edition’ will be shown on the 7-story IMAX screen with lasers! Experience the exhilarating final moments of preparation, liftoff, landing and return of this historic mission one of humanity’s greatest achievements and the first to put men on the Moon.