Explore the science of the impossible

The third annual Impossible Science Festival makes the seemingly impossible become possible with science. The two-day event features hands-on demonstrations of things like invisibility, levitation, super powers and more! Most exciting of all, we'll also have a giant pool of strange, squishy Oobleck for adventurous souls such as yourself to walk across.  The Impossible Science Festival is presented by ViaSat.
Three great gaming events this month

Enjoy all the video games you can handle at the next Fleet Night of Science. Revel in vintage arcade games like Asteroids and Space Invaders, to blockbusters indie games such as Alien Hominid and Angry Birds, plus a Fanboy Gaming tournament, costume contest and more. This is a 21+ event so leave the kids at home! Also, later this month you can learn about virtual reality at Video Games to the Rescue! and meet the team from Daybreak at Power-Up! Inside Video Games
The sky tonight: Nasa's CASSINI mission

After two decades and nearly 5 billion miles of travel, NASA's Cassini mission will come to an end.   On September 15, Cassini will fall into Saturn's atmosphere and out of contact with Earth. Join us for this month's The Sky Tonight on September 6 to learn about all the different images and information Cassini streamed back to Earth during its mission. 
On the second weekend of every month, the Fleet hosts two very special workshops for students in 5th through 8th grade. Saturday Science Club is for girls only. The Sunday Science Club is for everybody. This month we'll make parachutes to explore physics, gravity, motion and more. Sign up online
52 WEEKS of science is expanding

The Fleet is excited to make two big announcements about 52 Weeks of Science. The first is that the two-year anniversary of 52 Weeks of Science in  Barrio Logan and Logan Heights  is September 20. Join us in the celebration! The second announcement is the expansion of the program into the community of Clairemont. 52 Weeks of Science is a collaboration between STEM organizations and our local communities. If you'd like to bring the program to your community, let us know!
The Fleet Science Center is a nonprofit organization that seeks to inspire lifelong learning by furthering the public understanding and enjoyment of science and technology.