Do you know a student who loves science fiction or dreams of space travel? The latest challenge from OLogy, the Museum’s science website for kids, is to design a galaxy travel guide—anywhere in the universe! Submit the guide to OLogy for a chance to be featured on the website.
Science fiction has often inspired scientists by helping them imagine what might be possible. What galaxy outside of our own Milky Way would you like to visit? What might you see there? What might you encounter on your journey?
Use these instructions to create a Sci-Fi travel guide to another galaxy in our universe. Submit your galaxy travel guide to OLogy.
- You can download, print, and use the PDF template. Submit one or more pages from it.
- OR you can create your own original one-page galaxy travel guide.
How to Submit:
Have your parent or guardian email a high-res image of your galaxy travel guide to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, January 4th.
If your parent or guardian is comfortable sharing this information, please include:
- a short caption for your galaxy travel guide
- your first name and the first letter of your last name
- your age
- your state (or province) and country
Note: Do not include a photo of you or other personal information.
Super Stellar Guest Star!
Scientist Eve Armstrong will be judging this OLogy Challenge.
Eve Armstrong is a physicist. She studies the formation of structure in astrophysics and in neuroscience.
In this “Scientist is In” watch party on December 10th, Eve will talk about creative patterns in nature, from the formation of galaxies to the electrical circuit activity of our hearts!
Check back here on Wednesday, January 13th to see if your space travel guide was selected!