Super Science Saturday at NCAR Wyoming Supercomputing Center 2019, August 17th, 10-2

Super Science Saturday is open to the public and

welcomes science explorers of all ages!

Please join us for Super Science Saturday on August 17, 2019 from 10 am - 2 pm. This annual event at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) - Wyoming Supercomputing Center brings kids and adults together to explore hands-on activities, think about new ideas, and learn about science. This year's theme is extreme WEATHER, extreme COMPUTING! 

Past activities and events have included: 

  • Hands-on activity tables
  • Weather Balloon launch
  • NCAR 3D Visualization Lab Demos
  • Lightning Demonstration
  • An Hour of CODE by Array School of Technology (2 session limited seating, first come, first served)
  • View the schedule of events (coming soon)
  • Facility Tours (please note you must be 14 to tour the facility and wear closed toe shoes, no heels)

Here is this year's list of activities and events! Detailed Event Schedule coming soon.

This is a FREE public event.

FREE LUNCH FROM 11-1 PM FOR THE FIRST 500.

Location:

NCAR Wyoming Supercomputing Center,

8120 Veta Drive, Cheyenne, Wyoming

See the map for more location details. 

For more information: Contact Mary Waterstreet at maryw@ucar.edu

*Also visit Super Science Saturday at the NCAR Mesa Lab in Boulder, CO on Nov. 2!

 

 
 

 

Location: 
NWSC 
Date of the event: 
Augut 18, 2018 - 10:00am to 2:00pm (lobby open until 4 pm)

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Inside the NWSC

Supercomputers are like brains, capable of doing many different things at once. Your brain does the equivalent of millions of calculations even for very simple tasks, like taking a drink of water. Your brain processes information and tells your body what to do: it sees where the cup is, tells your hand how far to reach, how tightly to grasp it and how to move it to your mouth. You might not even aware that your brain is doing all that work – unless you think about it!