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The InfoAge Space Exploration Center 

An Evening with the Moon
“A Giant Leap”
Celebrating The 50thAnniversary of the
Apollo 11 Moon Mission and Landing

with the unveiling of our new exhibit “A Giant Leap”

Friday, July 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm

 One Small Step for a Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind.

On July 20, 1969 the first human being landed on the surface of the Earth’s Moon.   With more than half a billion people watching on television, Neil Armstrong climbed down the ladder of the Lunar Module and proclaimed: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” The event was one of the great unifying moments in history for all of humanity. We celebrate that great achievement in technology as well as marking the moment in history when Earth was represented as a whole community.

Join us on July 12 in the evening as we have an opportunity to return to the moon with our voices. At the InfoAge Space Exploration Center it is possible to send your own voice to the moon and hear it reflected back in 2.5 seconds using our TLM18 sixty foot Radio Dish Antenna. You too, will travel 500,000 miles into outer-space with your voice sending your wish for all humanity to the moon. We welcome speakers Dr. Daniel R. Marlow and Frank O’Brien. $25. pp $45. per couple.

Light refreshment will be served.

Dr. Marlow, The Evan Crawford 1911 Professor of Physics at Princeton, works with the Muon Solenoid at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.  Dr. Marlow will speak about Radio Astronomy and will conduct The Moon Bounce for all in attendance.

    Frank O’Brien, NASA Solar System Ambassador will speak about the Epic Journey of Apollo 11.   Frank will speak about the events that lead up to the mission, the technologies that had to be invented, and highlights about the Apollo 11 Mission.       

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The InfoAge Space Exploration Center

Celebrates the

50th  Anniversary of the

Apollo 11 Moon Landing

Sunday, July 21, 2019 1-5 pm

One Small Step for a Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind.”

On July 20, 1969 the first human being landed on the surface of the Earth’s Moon. With more than half a billion people watching on television, Neil Armstrong climbed down the ladder of the Lunar Module and proclaimed: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” The event was one of the great unifying moments in history for all of humanity. We celebrate that great achievement in technology as well as marking the moment in history when Earth was represented as a whole community.

Join us on July 21 for an all day event featuring speakers Frank O’Brien of NASA’s Solar System Ambassador program, Dr. Daniel Marlow the Evan Crawford 1911 Professor of Physics at Princeton who works with the Compact Muon Solenoid at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, Lori Lauber, Director of ISEC speaking about Project Diana as well as other speakers. Joseph Foster, Data management for Merrill Lynch and independent contractor for the FBI will speak about Radar.  View the new “A Giant Leap” exhibit commemorating the Apollo 11 Mission featuring artifacts from July 20, 1969 and a flag that has been on the moon.

 

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Space Exploration Week

Summer Camp

July 22 (Sold Out) and  July 29

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REGISTER NOW!

at the InfoAge Space Exploration Center

2300 Marconi Road, Wall Township, NJ. 732-322-4823 0r 732-280-3000

Space Exploration Week is a five day space science program for children ages 11- 14 about The Earth, The Solar System, The Galaxy, The ,Universe, Rocketry, and Outer Space Observation. Each day is divided into two 3 hour sessions of fun filled model making, rocket launching, demonstrations and games. On the final day of Space Exploration Week everyone will learn how to move the TLM18 Space sentry radio Dish Antenna and use it to explore the Milky way Galaxy. Parents can take a video of their child at the controls! We expect to have speakers from NASA and Princeton University.

Activities are indoors and outdoors and include a visit to the InfoAge Radio Museum, The Original Marconi Tower and a trip to see Mobile Radar Units.

Learn about the history of the Space Program and the exciting events that took place right here at the Diana Site in Wall Township that launched the Space Program.

Travel through Space using the TLM18 Radio Dish Antenna to send your voice to the moon and hear it bounce back in 2.5 seconds!

Registration is limited, Register Now to save your place!

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Learn about:

The Earth and it’s Atmosphere

Make a model of the Earth’s Atmosphere

The Solar System

Make a model of the Solar System

Rocketry

Make and Launch Rock

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Build your own Satellite

The Radio Telescope Dish

Make a model of a Radio Telescope Dish

The Moon and other Earth Satellites

Add these to our Earth Model

The Milky Way Galaxy

Make a Star Finder

Comets and Asteroids

Make your own Comet or Asteroid

Outer Space Observation: Telescopes

Make your own Telescope

See through Alien Eyes

Using radio waves to study planets

Bounce your voice off the Moon using a radio telescope

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The program is a five day, 6 hour program with a lunch break. Children bring their own lunch.

Program Costs: $199. per child $175.  Additional Children same household.

Participants receive a notebook folder to keep all of their materials as well as a keepsake box for all their models and a Certificate of Completion.

A Deposit of $50 per child is required at time of registration.
Full payment is required on the first day of Space Exploration Week.

Space Exploration Week July 22, 2019 (sold out) and July 29

Please return this form by mail or in person with a $50. deposit by July 5, 2019 to:
InfoAge 2201 Marconi Rd. Wall, NJ 07719 c/o Lori Lauber
Walk in hours are 1-5 on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
For more information call: 732-322-4823 / 732-280-3000 or email: lorilauber@gmail.com

Registration Form: Complete the form below for each participant:

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