SPOT's 5K Space Race 2013
5k Fun Run to Benefit the Space Public Outreach Team (SPOT)
Details and Registraion at www.bozemanspacerace.com
What: 5k run/walk through a scale model of the Solar System
When: 9am, Saturday, September 21st, 2013
Why: Workout, learn about space, and support space science education in Montana!
Description: To kick off the first Montana Science and Engineering Festival, the Space Public Outreach Team (SPOT), will host an educational 5k fun race. The Space Race will run through an accurate model of the Solar System scaled down to 5 kilometers. Race participants will run from Neptune past all eight of our planets to the Sun. We will also host a 1k inner solar system sprint, and a 65m toddler Mercury crawl.
About SPOT: The Space Public Outreach Team is a student club at MSU dedicated to communicating the excitement and importance of learning about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to Montana kids. We provide free 45-minute long presentations to any school, youth program, or community groups that request a show. We train MSU undergraduates to effectively engage young audiences, and teach cutting-edge space science being done by NASA and Montana colleges.
The cost of this event is: Dependent on time or Registration
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Event: SPOT's 5K Space Race 2013
For questions regarding this event, please contact:
College of Letters and Science