Blast into physics! As the engineer, you will go full throttle and experiment with the basic principles of flight and motion. Design, create, and launch your own paper rocket. Hey, it's just rocket science.
Tag: Space Month
Join SpaceTime Kids in an all-around space exploration experience. Explore rockets, planets, aliens, rovers, astronauts, space stations, meteors and much more.
What’s it like to explore space? Join Anythink for a special evening with NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren to find out. Dr. Lindgren has logged 141 days in space, including more than 15 hours of spacewalking – activities performed outside of the spacecraft. During this time, he’s conducted a variety of scientific experiments, including the “Veggie” lettuce experiment, where U.S. astronauts ate crops grown in orbit for the very first time. Dr. Lindgren joins us back on Earth at Anythink York Street to share his adventures.
Explore Astrobiology with Kjell Lindgren
Think about how life forms adapt and evolve based on their environment, and work with astronaut Kjell Lindgren to design your own alien creations that might thrive in space.
An Evening with Kjell Lindgren
Dr. Lindgren shares his experience in space during a presentation in the Rosa Auditorium, adjacent to Anythink York Street.
Ask an Astronaut: Q&A with Kjell Lindgren
Continue the conversation with Dr. Lindgren during this Q&A session.
Appropriate for all ages. No registration necessary. Light refreshments will be served.
Dr. Lindgren’s visit is part of Space Month, a celebration of all things space science at Anythink throughout March. Click here for a complete list of upcoming Space Month programs and experiences and follow along online with #SpaceMonth.
Anythink and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art have teamed up to bring you an art-making workshop each month. Join visiting artist Aly Nack and express yourself through a variety of art media, with an emphasis on creativity and fun. For students ages 5-12.
Join Adams County 4-H as they teach middle school aged students the parts of a rocket along with different forces that help control rockets and their flight patterns. Using unusual supplies, students will learn all about rocketry by building their own, miniature rockets. Students are sure to have a fun time as they blast off into the world of rocketry! Appropriate for students 5th through 7th grade.
Depending on your age, the Apollo Program either belongs to history or memory. It’s been 47 years since the first human beings walked on the moon, and time, with its abiding patience, has eroded the impact of this monumental achievement. But great films act like wormholes through the fabric of time. Films collapse the distance between past and present and liberate history from the history books. The Apollo Program has been the subject of dozens of films, but two in particular stand above the rest.
Blast into physics with Denver Museum of Nature and Science! As the engineer, you will go full throttle and experiment with the basic principles of flight and motion. Design, create and launch your own paper rocket. Hey, it's just rocket science. Appropriate for students in grades K-6. No registration required
Curious minds explore the awesome world of science by experimenting, concocting and observing as they have a beaker full of fun. Explore an explosion of scientific possibilities. All ages welcome.
- March 23: Explore constellations.
- March 30: Make Borax snowflakes.