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Home Button    The National Science Center takes science on the road with its Mobile Discovery Centers (MDC). Housed in 18-wheelers, the mobile centers travel across the country, presenting programs designed to show young people that studying science and math is fun as well as essential to their future. The complete 50-minute program presented during van visits consists of hands-on, interactive science demonstrations. Up to six sessions can be scheduled each school day.  
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    National Science Center Demonstration  

DEMONSTRATIONS:

Electric and Magnetism

Light and Vision

Sound

Table-Top Demos

Best of the Best 

   
   

ACCOMMODATIONS
Parking and Setup:

  • The National Science Center Semi is an 18-wheel tractor-trailor that is self-contained and climate controlled.
  • It is 16 feet wide by 53 feet long by 13 feet 6 inches high. It requires a space at least 24 feet wide by 75 feet long (or ten parking spaces long by 2 deep).
  • It requires a hard, level surface away from windows due to noise and exhaust from the generator.
  • Overhead clearances must be at least 13 feet 6 inches and weight restrictions at the site should be at least 30 tons.
 

For contact information, please click on the link below:

http://www.nscdiscovery.org/eo/outreachprograms/mobilediscovery.aspx

   
           
             

 

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Last modified: 25 June 2013