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Apollo 11

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Date:

20 July 2019
Time: 14:00 PM - 20:30 PM
Duration: 6 hours

Location:

Assorted Locations

Audience

Suitable for

July 20th, 1969 marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing which was achieved by the Apollo 11 mission. Ithra plans to commemorate this date through a series of programs involving workshops, shows and film screenings.

 

Events

  • Workshops

Children's Museum

Galaxy Playdough

Admission Free with children museum tickets

Children will make space objects using space-inspired play-dough, which is a blend of colorful types of play-dough in addition to glitter to make up stars and galaxies.

  • Workshops

Energy Exhibit

Moon Sand

Admission $name


Hands on workshop for Families & their children creating moon sand using different materials

  • Screenings

Energy Exhibit Theater

Fly Me to the Moon 3D

Admission SAR 20

A space adventure of the third kind… In 1969, three astronauts dared to go where no man had gone before; the Moon.
“Fly Me to the Moon” has created an animated feature film that takes you back to that historic moment. Producing and creating truly immersive 3D images, this film literally puts you, the audience, into the action; a part of the story. “Fly Me to the Moon” combines the Apollo 11 mission with a whimsical twist involving three teenage flies who go along on an incredible space adventure.

  • Workshops

Children's Museum

Rocket: Friction Tricks

Admission

Children will learn about rockets and how they can take off faster and higher!

  • Workshops

Idea Lab - Show Tank

Rocket Design And Landing

Admission

A fun activity where children will get to build their own rocket ship using the provided materials. After assembling their space ship, they will get to shoot it in the air with rubber bands/sling shot, and attempt to land it on a sheet placed on the floor. The sheet will be covered in glow in the dark stars, and all the planets to attempt to land on the moon.

  • Performing Arts

Energy Exhibit

Science Behind Rockets

Admission

Science experiment about the physics behind rockets

  • Screenings

Cinema

APOLLO 11: THE UNTOLD STORY

Admission Ticketed

THE UNTOLD STORY One-Hour Special for Discovery Science Channel / five When Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon in July 1969, Apollo 11 was hailed as the supreme triumph of American technology. But behind the flag waving lies a very different story: the untold account of how close the mission came to disaster. Now, nearly forty years later, men on that mission reveal what really happened on the first voyage to the moon. It's a tale of how primitive computer technology, coupled with human errors and mechanical failures, nearly caused the tragic loss of the crew

  • Performing Arts

Children's Museum

Fluid Art Performance

Admission

Children will use acrylic paint to create the surface of astronomical bodies, such as the moon. The techniques they will use will include pouring, dripping and swirling the acrylic liquid around to paint these beautiful space objects.

  • Workshops

IdeaLab - RedRoom

Building Shelter In The Moon

Admission

Attendees will have the chance to design their own futuristic architectural building. They will use provided materials that will allow them to create fun and futuristic models or buildings to be put in space.

  • Performing Arts

Gallery 3

Story Behind Astro-lab

Admission

A guided tour inside the Beauty and identity exhibition to highlight the story behind Astrolab, participant will explore how to identify stars or planets and the navigators system.

  • Workshops

Energy Exhibit

Space VR

Admission

Live a unique experiment in the space through Virtual Reality (VR) technology inside the exhibit.

  • Workshops

Children's Museum

Reader's Theater

Admission Free with children museum tickets

This workshop will introduce children to the performing arts by acting out children's stories.