ISEC – The InfoAge Science and History Museums

InfoAge Space Exploration Center

2300 Marconi Road Wall Township, NJ  732-280-3000

Open on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 12:00 – 5:00 pm  


You may not realize it, but since in its original iteration as a NASA tracking station in the ‘60s through later use as a Department of Defense satellite data collection point, the facility intentionally kept its activities on the down low.

Today, the InfoAge Space Exploration Center (ISEC) is known in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) circles for its range of hands-on educational and research opportunities.

Scientific instruments at InfoAge  include the TLM-18 Radio Dish Antenna, optical telescopes, weather stations and radar displays.

The facility is open to the public, though reservations via the website are required for visitors. Special public events are offered throughout the year. ISEC offers a variety of educational activities, including our Space Week summer camp program.

Follow this link for more information: Space Week


InfoAge Space Flight Lecture Series

August 28, 2022 2:00 pm

 Spacewalks: Not a stroll in the park

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Astronauts spacewalking make the task look easy, if not enjoyable. It’s not – a spacewalk is hard work, and the possibility of a dangerous situation is always present. We’ll go over the effort involved in leaving the comparatively safe environment of the space station.

Presented by Frank O’Brien, NASA Solar System Ambassador

Delivered to InfoAge Space Exploration Center

Date: August 28, 2022 at 2:00 pm

THIS LECTURE WILL BE HELD AT 2300 MARCONI RD., WALL TWP.,  NJ

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Join ISEC for NASA’s

INTERNATIONAL OBSERVE THE MOON NIGHT

October 1, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

ISEC 2300 MARCONI RD., WALL TWP.,  NJ

Flyer for International Observe the Moon NIght, October 1, 2022. Text reads: "Join the global celebration! Look at the Moon; Attend an event; Host your own; Watch Moon videos; Create Moon-inspired art; Start a Moon observation journal; Listen to Moon-themed music; and more... moon.nasa.gov/observe #ObserveTheMoon". Illustrations include silhouettes of a child and a deer looking upwards, streamlined depictions of landmarks from around the world, and the program logo.

 A $10. donation for the program is suggested.