With Rockin Rockets kids will get to do just about everything there is to do with rockets…short of riding one into space! This theme takes them on a wild ride into the fascinating science of rocketry and space exploration while letting them go hands-on to build and launch safe, non-combustible rockets. Activities include learning about the science & history of rocketry, crafting their own SpaceTime Galactic Gliders, and launching lots of different kinds of rockets.
Space Mission Mars
With SpaceTime's Space Mission Mars theme kids get to go on a virtual space mission to Earth's next door neighbor exploring the challenges of a 6-month rocket ride through space. Once they get to Mars they will get to test out their piloting skills as they try to bring down their own SpaceTime Mars Landers on the surface of Mars and they will be challenged to figure out how to eat, drink, breathe and survive on the red planet for a full year while they wait for the planets to line up and the trip back to Earth.
I Want to be an Astronaut
With I Want to be an Astronaut kids get to see and feel what it is like to train for launching into space and exploring the planets, moons, comets & asteroids of our Solar System. They will learn about the programs and facilities that NASA uses to get astronauts ready for space travel, design their own space missions including their space suits, rockets & destinations, try out their planet walking skills in our Micro Gravity Boots, experience a simulated rocket launch and more.
Get ready to explore the Final Frontier! Our Space Explorers theme takes some of the best elements from our other themes and puts them together for an all around space exploration experience. It's got rockets, planets, aliens, rovers, astronauts, space stations, meteors and much more. It's guaranteed to give kids a good taste of what space exploration is all about.
Sailing the Solar System
Set sail on an amazing journey through our cosmic neighborhood with Sailing the Solar System. This theme will take kids on a hands-on & minds-on adventure through the Solar System where they will get to explore Kuiper Belt, search the clouds of Venus for signs of life, build their very own SpaceTime Solar Sailers, pilot a remote controlled planetary rover, explore the lakes of Titan and much, much more.
THE ALIENS ARE COMING, THE ALIENS ARE COMING! Alien Invasion takes kids on a virtual space mission to search for alien life on some of the new worlds that have been discovered outside our solar system. They will get to do science fly-bys over these exotic worlds, attempt a landing on an alien ice moon and take an interstellar voyage to the distant star Gleise to see if its worlds have any alien creepy-crawlies. And, to bring things home they will get to explore the possibilities that alien explorers have visited the Earth by putting on their science hats for some out-of-this-world classroom detective work.
Put on your detective's hat to solve a mystery spanning the whole solar system! Students will piece together clues about a strange comet headed for the sun while learning about the planets, asteroids and moons it passes along the way, and how all those things affect life here on Earth!
Rocket Blast is SpaceTime's Best Of rockets and space mission program. It combines the most popular elements of our three other rocket science programs into one hands-on, fun-packed rocket building and launching workshop and includes lots of all new elements for hours of serious rocket craziness.
SpaceTime's Gravity Blast takes kids on a hands-on, minds-on ride through the science of getting rockets & astronauts into space & beyond and includes lots of all new activities and experiments such as designing their own rocket missions, trying out their planet walking skills in our Micro Gravity Boots, experiencing a simulated gravity slingshot, launching spacecraft on interstellar missions and much more.
Come see what it will take for us to really go on the greatest adventure ever-a journey to another star! See how far away they really are, use real lasers to send them a message, build a ship to survive deep-space asteroid impacts, and find out about all the amazing things out there: black holes, pulsars, giant Earth-like planets, and just maybe...aliens.