Rocket Day At The George Observatory!
*** Please Note: This event date has already passed. ***
Bring your junior rocket enthusiasts out for a day of rocket launches and a mission to the Moon! Kids learn about rockets and how they work, build a water rocket and then launch it. After the launches, we blast into space aboard the S.S. Observer for a simulated spaceflight.
Kids become astronauts and use teamwork and problem-solving to accomplish their mission.
July 11 - Cancelled.
10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
** The George Observatory is located inside Brazos Bend State Park. To access the observatory, please note that regular park entrance fees apply. Adults and children over 12 years old are $7 per person; children under 12 are free.
Fun for all!
The BP America Expedition Center will be open for children and adults to sign up to fly on a simulated space flight to the Moon. Usually only open to groups with reservations, for this special event, individuals can sign up to participate. The mission is most appropriate for ages 7 and up. Children ages 7-9 need an adult present.
Need More Information?
Don’t miss this special opportunity to participate in real astronaut training! Please call 281-242-3055.
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