Young Astronaut Program:
Learn about space, science, and engineering in a casual and fun small-group setting. Hands-on activities, arts and crafts, and guided play let children from kindergarten through 5th grade explore their interest in all things space. Meets for one hour, twice a month.
The Armstrong Air & Space Museum's Young Astronaut Program started October 2016.
Registration has closed for our k-1 Saturday and 2-5 Thursday classes.
The AASM Engineers Program takes you on a journey that is educational, engaging, and inspiring. Learn about the history of space exploration and the science that is driving humanity forward. Participants will also get to participate in hands-on activities dealing with robotics, building, technology, and service to the community.
Program is for students in 6th-8th grade.
For more information click here.
Registration is open. Click here for an application.
Train like an astronaut, learn about robotics and astronomy, build and launch a model rocket, and do much more.
Registration is now closed. Thank you for another fun year. 2017 application will be availible March 2017.
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