Experience Launch America with CCSSC
Saturday May 30 at 2 PM ET
Dem-2 launch has been scrubbed but your CCSSC team will still be here with our pre-launch conversations at 3 p.m. ET. We will also webcast the launch live on its new date, and will re-air the alumni interviews.
To friends and supporters of the Coca-Cola Space Science Center: The Coronavirus outbreak is having serious implications across the entire country, and that includes the State of Georgia. These developments also have impacted the operations of the Space Science Center. As of March 14th we will be closed to the public and all school groups until further notice.In the meantime, we are still here, and we are working on new ways of being a resource for both our audience and the community of educators that we support. Please stay engaged with us through our website and Facebook page, and watch for new space stories, fun astronomy facts, and activities that you can do at home with your kids.
Also, if you have thoughts, questions, or just fun tidbits, please feel free to share them with us. You can email us at email@example.com, or simply message us on Facebook.
Dr. Shawn Cruzen, Executive Director
The Space Science Center family misses interacting with all of our patrons, groups and friends. This page is our way of staying connected to you. Expand your knowledge on the space history and current space programs through blog posts by Director of Education Scott Norman. Take a break and engage in some active learning through videos on making a cloud, scavenger hunt for planets & more. We love to explore the night sky. You’ll find some archives of our Virtual Astronomy events by Dr. Rosa Williams and Sarah Nupen. There are some tools in the archives that you can use to explore on your own. Enjoy our offerings and please let us know what you liked and what you might want to see from us by clicking the feedback button!