Astronomy in the daytime? Absolutely! We will watch sun spots if weather permits. As a current passes through the outer coil, a magnetic field is created and due to the large number of windings of the inner coil, a huge step up in voltage occurs. See how much power it actually takes to light a bulb! Generate cool colorful pictures by riding a bike. Will the car on the shortest track be first at the finish line? Watch the marvelous motion of soap bubbles large and small in a container with dry ice. Roll a penny or ball and see how stars and black holes deform space and attract other masses. If weather permits, there’s always something to see in the sky using a telescope. Exploring phase transitions with liquid nitrogen which create an explosion of fun. How does a square-wheeled tricycle ride smoothly? Adjust it’s terrain! Our Van de Graaff Generator can give you a stylish hairdo with static electricity. This huge pendulum seems to be rotating on it’s own plane of oscillation, but is it?