Out of this world - Travel to space from Falmouth!

Monday 30th January, 2017

Plan your mission to space this February Half - Term. If you fancy getting up close to our planets, there’s going to be an actual space portal in Falmouth. 

Join the National Maritime Museum Cornwall http://nmmc.co.uk/ and voyage through space with Space Odyssey Planetarium. http://www.spaceodyssey.co.uk/newsite/

There are sessions for infants pitched particularly for 3/4/5 year olds who will find out about the Sun and the planets, Astronaut George's adventures in the Solar System, Time Peake’s mission aboard the International Space Station, the skies tonight and key moments in the history of space exploration.

Sessions for Juniors explore Tim Peake's mission aboard the International Space Station, Earth's place in the solar system & in the Galaxy, the skies tonight, key moments in the history of space exploration.

Plan your mission:
Visit www.nmmc.co.uk for dates and times
Advance booking is essential for the Planetarium.

Price: £3.50 per session in addition to your Museum entry.

Advance booking will open on Wednesday 1 February 2017

PLUS:

In the craft making centre:

Daily: Saturday 11 February – Sunday 19 February

Make Your Own:

Solar system mobiles

Nebular jars

Bicarb rockets

Cartesian divers - land your space craft on the moon

PLUS:

Science of the Sea - Thursday 16 February 2017 Science of the Sea with University of Exeter - marine themed talks, craft making and more with some brilliant marine experts.

 

Out of this world - Travel to space from Falmouth!

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