OMNIMAX Theater will be temporarily closing July 29 and reopening in late November Since 1991, more than 8.7 million visitors have seen an OMNIMAX Theater film. The original film projection system will be replaced with next-generation laser technology designed specifically for domed theater environments-IMAX® with Laser. “The Science Center is thrilled to make this major… Continue reading
In GROW we are often asked about the funny looking and hard to pronounce vegetable called “kohlrabi”. Kohlrabi is from the German word “kohl” which means cabbage and “rabi” which means turnip. That’s pretty descriptive for this plant that is thought to have developed from a wild form of cabbage and has the taste of… Continue reading
Saint Louis Science Center honors five local teachers at awards ceremony ST. LOUIS (May 14, 2019) – The Saint Louis Science Center is proud to announce that Tim Levine, algebra teacher at Hazelwood West High School, is this year’s recipient of the 2019 Saint Louis Science Center and Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb Prize… Continue reading
ST. LOUIS, MO.(April 29, 2019) – The Saint Louis Science Center’s Youth Exploring Science (YES) Program is proud to celebrate its 20th graduating class. The program works with teens from communities traditionally underrepresented in science-related career fields throughout their high school years to increase their interest in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM). The… Continue reading
Give STL Day is a community-wide effort to support nonprofits making a difference in the St. Louis region. Organized by the St. Louis Community Foundation to grow philanthropy in the metropolitan area, Give STL Day is a 24-hour, online giving event celebrating the varied nonprofits, their missions, and the many ways they make our region… Continue reading
ST. LOUIS, MO. (APRIL 8, 2019) – On May 17, the Saint Louis Science Center will open POMPEII: THE EXHIBITION, a traveling exhibition that highlights the history of the Roman city of Pompeii and the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D., which left the city destroyed –yet perfectly preserved –under 15 feet of ash… Continue reading
Tonight around 10pm you will find a bright question mark shape of stars near the zenith. This is the constellation Leo the Lion. Leo is a zodiac constellation which means the sun, moon and planets will appear in him from time to time. Learn more about Leo the constellation.
The moon remains the only celestial body beyond the Earth humans have traveled to. Mars is the next place we want to travel to but before that we will see humans going back to the moon. NASA to return Humans to the Moon.
On this date in 1807 the asteroid, 4 Vesta was discovered by Heinrich Olbers. Vesta lies within the asteroid belt and was visited by the Dawn spacecraft from 2011 to 2012! Learn about Heinrich Olbers By Rudolph Suhrlandt (1781–1862) – Peter H. Richter (Hg.): Sterne, Mond, Kometen. Hauschild-Verlag, Bremen 1995, Public Domain, Link
Tomorrow morning around 5am you can find the moon between the planets Saturn and Jupiter. Saturn will be the planet to the left of the moon. Learn 22 Facts About Saturn