Galaxy Ride

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Galaxy Ride is a science roadshow designed to get families and other curious people excited about space science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The 350-mile bike trip began 9/18/15 on Chicago’s Museum Campus at the Adler Planetarium, make several stops along the historical Route 66 bike trail, and concluded on 9/25/15 at the St. Louis Science Center. Below is a round-up of information about Galaxy Ride, including road journals, photos and more. Additional information can be found on the Adler Planetarium’s Galaxy Ride page.

Road Journals

Day One: Chicago to Joliet
Day Two: Joliet to Dwight
Day Three: Dwight to Normal
Day Four: Normal, IL
Day Five: Normal to Lincoln
Day Six: Lincoln to Springfield
Day Seven: Springfield to Litchfield
Day Eight: Springfield to St. Louis

Photo Highlights

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