Space Out

The lure of space exploration offers a powerful way to ignite students’ interest in science, technology and engineering. This class guides students on a tour of our solar system and beyond, and then lets them plan their own mission to a distant destination. The class provides a base of knowledge to build on as students move ahead with studies in astronomy, Earth science, engineering and more.

Availability description

Saturday, December 11, 2021

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Date(s)
Age/Grade Level
Grades 3-5
Cost Range
Free
Time of Day
Afternoon
Opportunity type
Out-of-school Programs
Area of Interest
Physical Science
Physics
Technology
Financial Support or Scholarship Available?
No
NGSS Aligned?
No
Location Address:
4155 Governor Drive, San Diego, CA, 92122
Contact Name:
Larry Hoeckelmann
Email:
LHoeckelmann@sandiego.gov
Telephone:

Space Out

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