Challenger Learning Center of Tallahassee
200 S. Duval Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301 - United States
The Challenger Learning Center (CLC) of Tallahassee is the K-12 educational outreach facility of the Florida A&M University – Florida State University College of Engineering and strives to foster long-term interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); create positive learning experiences; and motivate students to pursue higher education and careers in these fields.
Serving over 60,000 students per year from a tri-state service area, the CLC is a tourism destination for tour groups, schools and families with K-12 students and an attraction for local groups and families. The CLC features a space mission simulator, an IMAX 3D theatre, and a domed planetarium theatre and features hands-on demonstrations, learning labs, camps and more.
The CLC is located in downtown Tallahassee on Kleman Plaza at 200 S. Duval Street. More information can be found at www.ChallengerTLH.com
Free Screening of Exploding Universe in the Downtown Digital Dome at Noon.
PG | 40 min. | Educational Planetarium Show
Out of devastation comes new creation. Explosive events have shaped and transformed the Universe, as well as the Earth itself, into what it is today. And not all of them have been on a grand scale.
Throughout this constant evolution of the Universe, some of the most elementary particles have still managed to endure. This show follows the path of one of those “particles,” a proton, as it participates in some of nature’s most astounding events of rebirth and renewal: from supernovae and colliding black holes to supervolcanoes and proton collisions. Come and experience the Universe’s ultimate blowups.
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