Apollo

The Apollo 11 crew

Almost 50 years ago the space race was concluded by Apollo 11 taking Astronauts to the Moon. 

Discover the science, technology and humanity behind the massive Apollo program.

Have you thought about?

  • Who were the people behind the Apollo missions?
  • Why go to the moon?
  • What's next?
  • Who were the people behind the Apollo missions?
  • Why go to the moon?
  • What's next?

WHEN AND WHERE

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Learn About

The missions that culminated in the Apollo 11 mission that landed Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldren on the moon in July 1989.

For Educators

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Thursday 19 July, 2018

All Ages
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Dr Blashtov will attempt to launch 10 rockets in 30 minutes. The Excited Particles take no responsibility for the accidental launch of children during this show.

All Ages
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Join the Questacon Roadie for a musical experience like never before.  Rock on science!

All Ages
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

Our universe is incredible—but just how do we explore it?

Friday 20 July, 2018

10+
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Tinker Space: Gallery 5

Getting a ball to roll from the top of a pegboard to the bottom seems easy, but what if you want the ball to do a loop? Or jump a gap? Or move as slowly as possible? Using simple materials on a pegboard, create a rollercoaster-like ball run

All Ages
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Location:

Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Join the Questacon Roadie for a musical experience like never before.  Rock on science!

3-9
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

It's another dinosaur puppet adventure with Mutty the Muttaburrasaur as he sets off to rescue his parents missing eggs from hungry egg-stealers. There's a host of dinosaurs to meet and learn about as we bounce through the Cretaceous landscape seeking help from friends and running from the meat-eaters. Come and join in all the fun of puppet palaeontology with the

8+
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Do you see what I see?

Saturday 21 July, 2018

10+
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Location:

Tinker Space: Gallery 5

Getting a ball to roll from the top of a pegboard to the bottom seems easy, but what if you want the ball to do a loop? Or jump a gap? Or move as slowly as possible? Using simple materials on a pegboard, create a rollercoaster-like ball run

All Ages
Time:
, ,

Location:

Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Dr Blashtov will attempt to launch 10 rockets in 30 minutes. The Excited Particles take no responsibility for the accidental launch of children during this show.

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