Space Day 2015

Space Day 2015

What a fabulous turnout by our staff, volunteers, sponsors, donators, exhibitors, and the public! Thank you to ALL who contributed to a wonderful FREE family community event. Check back for photos.

October 3, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at iSPACE (on Scarlet Oaks’ Campus, 300 Scarlet Oaks Drive, Cincinnati, OH)

Soar in for a payload of hands-on family activities and demonstrations.  A FREE public event meant for anyone curious about new and future technologies, aviation, space exploration and the wonders of the cosmos!  Along with community partners, we will celebrate all things to do with space.  Ride a Hovercraft * Try on a Space Suit * Meet R2D2 * Watch a Liquid Nitrogen Demo * Drive a Robot * Shoot off Rockets * View through a Solar Telescope * Learn NASA History * Be amazed by the Math Magician * Manipulate Surgical Instruments * Touch a Meteorite * Fly a Plane Simulator * Create Cosmic Crafts * and so much more!

Some of the Space Day exhibitors and community partners will be:

GE Aviation
LyondellBasell Industries
Ethicon-Endo Surgery
Cincinnati Observatory
Mars Society
UC Engineering Dept.
Cincinnati Astronomical Society
NASA Resource Center – University of Cincinnati
Alliance for Leadership and Interconnection
R2 Builders Club
Mathnasium Learning Center
Public Library of Cincinnati
INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati
Girl Scouts of Western Ohio
AFK GeoCaching
American Institute Aeronautics & Astronautics
Society of American Military Engineers
Enabling the Future
Kaleidoscope
Civil Air Patrol – Blue Ash Squadron
Scarlet RAMTEC
TechSolve
Spaceman Bob McMillan AND…
Chuck Sunshine the “Math Magician”

 

We look forward to seeing you!

A BIG thank you to our 2015 Space Day Sponsor – TechSolve!

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