Monday, July 11, 2005

Sounds fun

See Shuttle Flight at Exploration Place:
Wednesday, July 13, 2pm - Experience America’s Return to Flight on the big screen in Exploration Place’s CyberDome Theater as the Space Shuttle roars into the sky after more than 2 years. See a special edition of “Stars Over Kansas”, receive a book about space exploration, followed by live coverage of the space shuttle launch at 2:51 p.m. CDT - all for free! What more could you ask for?

On Wednesday, July 13th at 2pm, join us in the CyberDome Theater (admission will be free to all) at 2pm, as we present our current astronomy extravaganza “Stars Over Kansas.” In addition to a whirlwind tour of the Universe, star identification, and Deep Impact images and movies, a special presentation about Return to Flight will be given by Exploration Place Theater Director and Astronomy Magazine Contributing Editor Martin Ratcliffe. You’ll learn exactly what NASA has been up to for the past 2 years revamping the Space Shuttle, and more about the current mission to the International Space Station. Just minutes later, see the Space Shuttle launch from the Kennedy Space Center live as you’ve never seen it before - 3 stories high, and blasting with 15,000 watts of sound!

The event is subject to any delay or cancellation of the launch, of course.
I'm sorely tempted to go. Anyone else? (Other than Avian, of course!)