Where the Sky Ends...and Space Begins

Event Date: 
Monday, June 11, 2012
Event Description: 

The nationally acclaimed exhibit 'Black Holes: Space Warps and Time Twists' occurs on the main floor. Upstairs, we feature 'Women in Aerospace,' developed in conjunction with Prof Dava Newman of MIT - featuring the careers of four women, of varied ethnicity, who work as engineers and scientists at NASA. This exhibit also features a display of an actual prototype of the BioSuit concept Dr. Newman is developing for future human exploration of Mars and the moon. Hands-on exhibits about atmospheric pressure and Mars robotic activities will furthur engage visitors.

Event Type: 
Open to the General Public?: 
Astrophysics,  Black Holes,  Human Exploration and Operations,  Mars,  Science
International Space Station
Event Location: 

Explorationworks Science Center

995 Carousel Way
HelenaMontana 59601
United States
Additional Comments: 
The ExplorationWorks exhibits running through this summer and fall are all about space. The exploration of Black Holes occurs on an intergalactic scale. The Women in Aerospace exhibit addresses the skills and workforce diversity critical to allowing humans to explore our solar system. Together, these exhibits will stimulate a wide variety of questions and explorations in our visitors.