Asteroid Day on June 30 at Meteor Crater and Lowell Observatory

Day

Thursday, June 30

When

11am - 5pm at Meteor Crater

5pm - 11pm at Lowell Observatory

Price

$40 GA Adult
$37 GA Senior

$25 GA Child

One Ticket, Two Venues!

Start your day at Meteor Crater, where you will learn exactly what happens when a meteor strikes earth, how we look for meteors, and a special Meteor Crater tour! Also enjoy face painting, food, and science demos. Hear from local authors about meteor craters and the moon, and how the two are related.

Then head to Lowell Observatory for some more food, Mother Road beer, and the chance to hear from top Lowell researchers who work with NASA to defend our planet from potentially threatening asteroids and other space objects. End the night with telescope viewing and a special Meet An Astronomer event!

Fun interactive science demos at both locations will have you making your own meteors (and meteor craters).

Meteor Crater, 11am - 5pm

Head to Meteor Crater to hear a special science talks about what would happen if a meteor were to strike earth, how we look for meteors, and a special Meteor Crater tour! Also enjoy face painting, food, and art performances.

Lowell Observatory, 5pm - 11pm

Grab some more food, drink Mother Road beer, and listen to top Lowell researchers who work with NASA to defend our planet from potentially threatening asteroids and other space objects.

Learn More About Asteroid Day!

Find out more about Asteroid Day, why we are celebrating it, and what kind of activities you can expect on June 30 with your special ticket.