Science Center of Iowa - Star Theater
Des Moines

The Science Center of Iowa is a center devoted to lifelong learning featuring six dynamic experience platforms and where visitors can explore and experiment. By placing the power of learning in the hands of the visitor, the programmatic emphasis is not on “what” to learn, but “how” to learn.

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Uploaded: 22/12/2008
Updated: 07/04/2012


Tags: science; science center; education; learning; exhibit; display; des moines; iowa; planetarium; universe; jupiter; stars; solar system; planets; stargazing
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