The Frontiers of Flight Museum is a large hangar at Love Field filled with aerospace memories. NSS-NT is proud to co-host our biggest event of theFrontiers of Flight Museum Logo year–Moon Day–with hundreds of exhibits, many lectures for both adults and children, Scout badge opportunities, and thousands of visitors on that one Saturday.

Join us for MOON DAY our annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)-focused, space-themed event sponsored by the Museum and the National Space Society of North Texas. The day includes space exploration activities, demonstrations, programs, prizes, Girl Scout Patch, and Boy Scout Space Exploration Merit Badge.

See our MOON DAY pages.

Moon Day 2015 featured:

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  • Live uplink to ISS
  • Anousheh Ansari, first female private space explorer
  • 1,593 seniors, adults, families, kids, and volunteers joined us in celebration of Moon Day 2015.
  • More than 38 exhibitors demonstrated products and science.
  • Classes on everything from Constellations to Mars Settlement were offered at the Moon Academy and Lunar University.
  • Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts built and launched rockets, visited two planetariums, learned the constellations, and created space art to earn their Patches and Merit Badges.
  • Visitors checked out the Sun’s surface with a SAFE solar telescope.
  • 200 Lunar sample bags were handed out to the first visitors to arrive.
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