The sun will briefly extinguish it’s light on Monday- an epic solar eclipse that won’t happen in the same area for centuries. Here are a few ideas and safety tips to help you prepare for this solar event.
Some kids want to be doctors or firemen, and then there are mine…outer space may never be the same!
When my sister invited us to join her at Kennedy Space Center as a birthday present for my son, I confess, I was curious about their Mars exhibit. I’ve been reading about people signing up to travel to Mars. Would there be recruiters standing by to take your names? Would my son beg me to allow him on a Mars mission?
Kennedy Space Center has come a long way, integrating the informative exhibits with simulators and interactive displays. In the red glow of the Journey to Mars attraction, you can attempt to land a on the moon, or send a picture of yourself on Mars to a friend, kids can climb into a moon buggy in the Early Space Exploration Museum or slide into a capsule in the Rocket Garden, and then there is the Space Shuttle Atlantis attraction, with slides, sky walk and an actual rocket launch simulation…