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Space Launch System (SLS) Education and Public Outreach Events

Monthly Highlights

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Education and Outreach

Artist concept of SLS launchingA site for images, lithographs, classroom resources and upcoming events to meet and interact with SLS personnel.
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Artist concept of Space Launch System Launch'Future Frontier' discusses the new SLS heavy-lift launch vehicle.
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SLS Education and Public Outreach Events

The SLS Education and Public Outreach (EPO) team participates in many exciting outreach events throughout the year. Listed below are a few upcoming events the team is supporting. If you are in the area, please come out and visit us.

Feb. 25 - March 2
SLS Visits the Clark Planetarium
Salt Lake City, Utah

The Clark Planetarium in Salt Lake City, Utah is hosting NASA and ATK to present the unveiling of the ATK exhibit of NASA’s new heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) and Orion spacecraft that are set to take astronauts to deep space missions including Mars. Media are invited to attend a press conference and ribbon cutting on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 11 a.m. MST. In addition, the Exploration Systems Development interactive exhibit will be on-site and will allow visitors  to virtually build the SLS rocket and get their photo taken as an astronaut. Active and former astronauts will also be available to sign autographs. A large inflatable SLS rocket will tower over the fountains at The Gateway. The public is also invited to attend a discussion on NASA’s deep space exploration program featuring a NASA Astronaut, SLS Program executive and an ATK executive at the ATK IMAX Theater on Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m.

Education/Outreach Links

Check out these NASA websites for games, puzzles, and more for kids of all ages.

Learning Launchpad
Explore games, videos, and websites that will help kids of all ages discover more about working at NASA.

Mars Funzone
your virtual exploration of the Red Planet with interactive games that put you in the driver's seat. Mars Funzone is the destination for Red Planet-related games, amazing facts, activities and special events related to the exploration of Mars.

Solar System Exploration
Put together puzzles, learn facts about planets, build your own space fleet, and much more.

Space Place
Play games, watch animations, and do projects that teach you about Earth, space, and technology.

Rocketry
Play games, watch animations, and do projects that teach you about Earth, space, and technology.

Outreach Contacts

Twila Schneider
Marshall Space Flight Center

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