Soar Together @ Air and Space

Soar Together @ Air and Space Virtual Family Day: What's Beyond Our Solar System?

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Presented Online

Free

Soar Together @ Air and Space is a monthly virtual family program from the National Air and Space Museum. Through live events and interactive activities you can do anytime, your family can explore a different air and space topic every month.

This month's family program will explore the questions, "How do we know what is out there beyond our own universe?" and "What world do you imagine?" You’ll learn about the ways scientists study planets outside our solar system, and then use your creative side to imagine what it would be like to live on another planet!

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Live Events

Friday

Flights of Fancy Story Time: Space Poetry: 10-10:30 am

Join us for a reading of space poems from two terrific books of poems about Space. Then try your hand at creating poems inspired by space telescopes and the amazing images of exoplanets and other space objects that the telescopes have brought to us.

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Saturday

Flights of Fancy Story Time: Space Poetry: 10-10:30 am

Join us for a reading of space poems from two terrific books of poems about Space. Then try your hand at creating poems inspired by space telescopes and the amazing images of exoplanets and other space objects that the telescopes have brought to us.

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Virtual Planetarium Show: 11:00 am-12:00 pm

What other worlds are out there? Join us as we explore planets around other stars in our galaxy using NASA’s Eyes on Exoplanets. Learn about the ways scientists find exoplanets that orbit stars besides our Sun, and what these other worlds might be like. 

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Air and Space Adventures Virtual Game: 12:30-3:30 pm

Our game features fun missions, activities and photo challenges for you and your friends and family to do together, featuring content and activities about all things air and space. Earn points with every activity you complete! 

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Soar Together @ Air and Space is made possible by the generous support of Northrop Grumman.

Header image courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech