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Exploring Extreme Environments

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From the deepest ocean to outer space, what does it take to survive in extreme environments? Find out at the Science Mill’s Exploring Extreme Environments event on Saturday, June 25! Fly drones through a wind obstacle course to see how scientists track storms and witness the birth of a tornado in special screenings of Tornado Alley 3D. Design a home for yourself on a new planet in our Cardboard Challenge: Mars Colony and hear what it’s like living in space in presentations by former NASA astronaut Col. Tom Henricks!

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    101 S. Ladybird Lane, Johnson City Road Trip

    (844) 263-6405

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