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We are honored to announce that the Michigan Science Center has been awarded a prestigious grant from NASA! This incredible grant will allow us to bring even more captivating space programs to our beloved community.To our amazing guests, members, and partners, we couldn’t have achieved this without you. Thank you, NASA, for this incredible opportunity. Together, let’s reach for the stars! 🚀

For more information about this incredible grant and what it means for the Michigan Science Center, check out the article here: Detroit Freep

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NASA grant will bring more space programs to Michigan Science Center

As part of the project, the Michigan Science Center will leverage open spaces in urban areas to host immersive learning experiences, encourage students to explore the wonders of the solar system and inspire them to dream big about their place in the universe.

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President and CEO of The Michigan Science Center

Dr. Christian Greer is looking forward to collaborating with NASA and its partners to help inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers and innovators. He is also leading the development of a new initiative, called “Hyperspace,” with the goal to bring an interactive aviation and space-themed exhibition gallery and full dome immersive digital planetarium to Detroit.

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As we progress forward, together as a community, MiSci reminds everyone to continue practicing everyday preventive actions to help avoid illness. Learn more about what MiSci is doing to guests and employees safe.

In an effort to bring something new and immersive to you every day during this time, we have switched to a virtual presence as we work to safely open up the building for you, our MiSci family. Check out our ECHO Live program weekdays at 2:30 p.m. on our Facebook Page.