On the final day of Space Week everyone will have a video of themselves sending a signal to the moon with their voice and hearing their own voice bounce off the moon and return to earth. 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.
Use the 18 meter Radio Telescope Dish to send your voice to the moon and hear it bounce back in 2.5 seconds!
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The Earth and its atmosphere
Make a model of the Earth's Atmosphere
The Solar System
Make a model
of the Solar System
Make and Launch Rockets
Vanguard and Tiros
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:
Make your own Telescope.
See through Alien Eyes
Using radio waves to study
Bounce your voice off the Moon using a radio telescope
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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 is required at time of registration. Full payment is required on the first day of Space Week.