Science 360 Shows Overview

Science 360

At some museums, programs and exhibits focus on science topics that have been studied for years. But how can you learn about current science — the new science discoveries that are reported on television and the Internet every day?

Science 360, of course! With topics ranging from biotechnology to meteorology, Science 360 presentations combine animations, videos and other big-screen graphic images with live interaction between audience members and a show presenter.

Science 360 presentations are presented in the NASA Digital Theater. Admission to Science 360 public presentations is free.

Major funding for Science 360 is provided by a National Science Foundation grant to support internships in physical science education.

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Seasonal schedules

Visiting soon? Check out Morehead's interactive calendar to see what's happening when you'll be here. Just click the date — the interactive calendar is typically up-to-date within one week of today.

Please note that Morehead does not offer all of its shows every day and that exhibits may be closed for maintenance or for classes during some hours.

If you're planning to visit several weeks from today, check out our current schedule of public shows to plan your trip and check the interactive calendar just before your visit to learn about any schedule updates.

Please note that seasonal schedules change four times each year (spring, summer, fall and holiday), and some shows are not offered during every schedule.

School shows

In addition to its public shows, Morehead offers shows during the week especially for school classes and other field trip groups. These school shows do not appear on the seasonal schedule but do appear on Morehead's daily calendar.

If seats are available, the public may purchase tickets to school shows.

However, school groups with reserved seating have first priority on any remaining seats (for example, if extra chaperons attend), so Morehead cannot guarantee that public seats will be available for school shows.