A World Space Week Event!
Enjoy the movie In Saturn’s Rings and join Nicole Willett for a fun Saturn activity!
The activity is: A Spinning Model of Saturn! Saturn is a dynamic planetary system with that offers a great opportunity for learning STEAM concepts. In this project, we’ll create a spinning Saturn and rings using simple supplies most families have around the house. This activity will show you how Saturn and its ring system move together.
This activity is great for students in Grades 4 to 8. A supply list will be sent to participants in advance, so please register for this event today!
About In Saturn’s Rings:
In Saturn’s Rings is a grand tour of the universe, starring Saturn.
From the earliest images after the Big Bang to the final photographs from Cassini, In Saturn’s Rings is a journey of the heart, mind and spirit that moves audiences with some of the most amazing space images ever seen.
Over 7.5 million real images from the Cassini-Huygens Mission to Saturn, Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Hubble Telescope Milky Way time lapses and more are brilliantly brought to life in this groundbreaking and immersive film that crosses space and time.
Suitable for all ages.
The event begins at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET.
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