Space Missions

Our universe is incredible—but just how do we explore it? (Not suitable for children under 6 yrs)

Have you thought about?

  • What is the International Space Station for?
  • What can we learn from the Hubble telescope?
  • Why was the Cassini so ambitious?

WHEN AND WHERE

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Learn About

Learn all about the International Space Station, the Mars Rover, the Cassini and more!

For Educators

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Wednesday 18 September, 2019

3-6
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

 Children will pretend to be volcanoes erupting and even get to make their own volcano out of bicarb and vinegar!

All Ages
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

A fun and explosive show based upon the science of the amazing substance known as Liquid Nitrogen, one of the coldest substances known.

All Ages
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Do yourself a flavour. Hang with your buds in this exploration of taste.

Thursday 19 September, 2019

3-6
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

 Children will pretend to be volcanoes erupting and even get to make their own volcano out of bicarb and vinegar!

All Ages
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Find out how we perceive the world around us. Is your brain playing tricks on you?

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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Do yourself a flavour. Hang with your buds in this exploration of taste.

Friday 20 September, 2019

3-6
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

 Children will pretend to be volcanoes erupting and even get to make their own volcano out of bicarb and vinegar!

All Ages
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Levers, pulleys and wheels. Find out how you can —  Move It!

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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

All the facts you need to understand the mechanics of natural disasters. We look at volcanoes, earthquakes, cyclones and tsunami.

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