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  • 16 Oct, 21
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    Galaxy Frights Family Overnight

    You and your family will navigate your own space exploration journey while engaging in science, technology and engineering related activities. Build rockets, explore robotics and…

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  • 17 Oct, 21
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    Galaxy Frights

    Launch your Halloween with a boo-m at our Galaxy Frights experience every Saturday and Sunday in October. These spectacularly spooky (but not scary) space experiences…

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  • 22 Oct, 21
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    Astronaut Experiences

    Every Friday and Saturday, a NASA astronaut shares some of their mission memories with guests at Space Center Houston at 11:30 a.m. and 1:20 p.m.

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Thought Leader Series

Presented by The University of Texas Medical Branch

In our June Thought Leader Series, presented by The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), learn about spacesuit design. Panelists include astronaut Nicole Stott, ILC Dover fellow David Graziosi, and Amy Ross, NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) space suit engineer.

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Panel presentation

The largest production ever filmed in space, Space Explorers: The ISS Experience, produced by Felix & Paul Studios in association with TIME Studios, is an epic four-part immersive series that invites you to join eight astronauts on their life-changing missions aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Join us as experts discuss this modern feat in a live virtual presentation. Find out what it’s like to direct filming taking place more than 220 miles (350 km) away and what it takes to bring space exploration to viewers on Earth.

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