why we visit a science center ?

• A visitor to the Science Center embarks on an exploratory adventure to Mars, returning to Cairo in search of a new life
• The visitor enjoys a unique interactive learning experience
• The visitor learns about the scientific keys to life in a pollution-free planet
• The Science Center integrates different fields of science
• The visitor gets acquainted with the life of scientists between adventure and exploration
• Each of us works as a scientist in a science center. Knowledge is for all of us • Raising questions and passion towards knowledge through the application of scientific and critical thinking methods

A model of the solar system so that the child can learn about the planets of the group, their characteristics, and the reason for choosing Mars as an alternative planet to Earth to live in It also includes the monitoring area, which can be visited during the astronomical events that the earth witnesses from time to time As well as the clean energy area, in which the child learns about clean energy sources, including solar energy, through a car model powered by clean solar energy, which contributes to preserving the environment. The building also includes a science theater for scientific activities

Here the child gets to know
Timeline of space discovery and why ancient civilizations observed space
As well as a timeline of humanity's contributions to the conquest of space
The most important spacecraft and missions sent to discover the secrets of the universe
The child begins his imaginative journey through the “simulator,” in which the child travels to Mars with the rover that helps him discover it.

The Mars journey begins with the child trying to answer...
What can we discover on Mars? What are the devices that help us discover it?
Then he learns about the stages of the rover's landing on Mars and its landing area
Then begins the stage of how scientists think and how can we build the rover?
Then the child, along with his friends, creates a model for himself
Followed by the colony building phase
The child first learns about the difference between Earth and Mars, then watches a movie about the components of life on Mars, which are:
Water, air, soil” and then begins to move to answer a set of questions through interactive exhibits Help him build his colony
He moves to recognize the importance of gravity and the effect of its absence or weakness on the human body, and that he must exercise to maintain his fitness
Also, in this laboratory, the child can get to know the scientists in various fields who are trying to discover Mars

The children then return to Cairo and watch the film The Return, which urges them to change the environment to make Cairo a green heart to live in, and that this change begins with all of us.
In this laboratory, the child learns about the different types of living organisms (birds, animals, insects...) and the effect of these organisms on each other, and their role in preserving the environment.
– Identify microorganisms and their role in preserving the environment
– Getting to know the different fields of science (biology, zoology, physics)
  Through an interactive exhibit using hologram technology, the child begins to solve pollution problems in Cairo in
“Water, air and soil”
- What is inside the human body? The child learns about what is inside the human body and the effect of microorganisms, as well as pollution, how it affects humans and the effect of antibiotics as treatment.
Recycling area where the child learns the harm of waste to the environment and how he can classify waste (paper/electronics/organic/plastic). After that, he classifies the waste into (recycling and higher recycling)