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Scientists believe that worlds with liquid water are the most likely places to discover extraterrestrial life. These “ocean worlds,” however, may often be covered in a thick layer of ice, presenting a challenge to studying what lies beneath. Join us on Saturday, January 21 at 1 p.m. to study ice orbs and see what you discover. This fun and educational science activity is from our partners at the National Informal STEM Education Network (NISE Net).
Regular admission applies, which is $9 for children and adults, $8 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and Discovery Center members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom and special space for babies and toddlers to explore.
Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events/ for more serious fun!