So Far It Can Be Reached….
ISRAEL SPACE WEEK January 30, 2017 16:00-22:00 ADMISSION FREE
Israel Space Week will be held under the auspices of the Israel Space Agency in the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, between January 29 and February 3, with the aim of stimulating interest and curiosity about Israel’s involvement in space.
The Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem will open its doors to the general public, free of charge, on January 30, from 16:00 to 22:00, with a wide range of activities suitable for the whole family:
. The 'moving Toys Workshop' guided by Noga Elhassid will be opened for building workshop of 'pet Alien' ( age 7+).
· Astronomical observatory with three telescopes in the Wohl Plaza. After sunset
· “Crystal Garden” workshop, replicating a chemical experiment performed by Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon on the Columbia space shuttle.
· Til-Chu Lir'ot (See the Missile)– entertaining demonstration for the whole family about rocket motors
· “Galactic Family” – family workshop about unique solar systems
· Inflatable planetarium – come and see heavenly bodies
· Workshop with exhibits. Learn how space vehicles land by building parachutes and wings
· Life on Mars – activities designed to teach you about conditions of Mars and the factors that differentiate it from Earth
· Games with balloon operated mini rockets to study the effect of deflectors on missile flight
· Fascinating lectures on the Apollo space program that took us to the moon, and ionic engines that can take us even further
· Tour of the space exhibits with actors
· Sunrise on Mars – amusing performance
.Lecture by the Astronaut Dr. Jean-Jacques Favier will take place at the museum's auditorium at 19:45 - 20:15. The lecture will be in English. From age 12+.
See you at Space Week at the Museum!
For further information: Israel Space Agency