Exploration Space Initiative Launched!
The Exploration Space Initiative is a multi-faceted expansion of the Museum’s STEM programming and exhibits that includes:
- Our new Space Portal Odyssey Capsule, “SPOC,” an engaging and immersive digital portable planetarium experience for on-site and outreach programming
- A vastly upgraded Space Flight Gallery with interactive learning stations and new displays anchored by the Apollo VII Command Module
- The production of an interdisciplinary educational video series about America’s Apollo space program
- A web-based e-learning component will globally project the Museum’s mission
Learn more about on-site and outreach programming:
Contact Dr. Jason Treadway, Director of Education
The Stars Came Out!
What a lineup of STARS! Dot Cunningham, Cheryl Sutterfield-Jones, President/CEO; Eric Stroud, Board Chair; Fred Haise, Apollo XIII; Walt Cunningham, Apollo VII; Lucero Perez, youth volunteer; Marty Turco, C5 Youth Foundation of Texas; Luisa Fernanda, youth volunteer; and Jason Treadway, Director of Education cut the ribbon on the Museum’s new portable planetarium, SPOC!
On Monday, October 24, 2016 the Museum launched our new EXPLORATION SPACE INITIATIVE with the help of Capt. Fred Haise, Lunar Module Pilot of Apollo XIII, Col. Walter Cunningham, Lunar Module Pilot of Apollo VII, and Marty Turco, NHL All-Star Goalie, former Dallas Stars #35 and President of C5 Youth Foundation of Texas. It included a conversation with Fred Haise, Walt Cunningham and more than 200 8th grade girls who participate in the Museum’s Young Women’s STEM Leadership Initiative and a ribbon-cutting ceremony of “SPOC,” (Space Portal Odyssey Capsule), our new portable planetarium.
Become a partner in this next step of our acclaimed
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programming.
Learn more about how you can support the
EXPLORATION SPACE INITIATIVE
Contact Jess Hall,
VP of Development
Thanks to all of our sponsors of the ribbon-cutting ceremony
Presenting VIP Sponsor
Gena & Dan Hamilton
The Alinda Hill Wikert Foundation
Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, LLP
Aviall Inc., A Boeing Company
Mary Anne Cree
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
Dallas Love Field
Stewart & Averille Dawson
Herbert Minerals Ltd.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Cheryl Sutterfield-Jones & Ron Jones
Signature Flight Support
UT – Dallas History of Aviation
Dr. & Mrs. David Webb, Jr.
Cindy & Tony Weber Foundation