What's something all of us in the world can do together? Revel at the beauty of the night sky! Celebrate World Space Weekopens a new window from October 4–10, 2018. This year's theme is Space Unites the World. How will you celebrate the cosmos?
- Out of This World Teen Booksopens a new window. Tales include aliens, exploration and cautionary tales!
- Astronomy in Fictionopens a new window. Novels about real-life astronomers, lovers looking at comets and more.
- If You Liked Hidden Figuresopens a new window. Learn about how women shaped the future of space exploration.
- Space: What Movies Can Tell Usopens a new window. Movies based on true events and imaginative films about space and unknown worlds beyond.
The exploration of space will go ahead, whether we join in it or not, and it is one of the great adventures of all time, and no nation which expects to be the leader of other nations can expect to stay behind in the race for space. —John F. Kennedy
- Stream a space-related film on Kanopyopens a new window.
- Learn all about astronomy, from its ancient origins to present-day breakthroughs on Kanopyopens a new window.
- Visit hooplaopens a new window for books, movies and audiobooks on space, the cosmos and more for all ages.
- View October Skyopens a new window, a film based on the true storyopens a new window of a coal miner's son who takes up rocketry, on Tuesday, October 9, at Koelbel Libraryopens a new window.
- Register your child for a STEAM programopens a new window.
- Browse upcoming technology programsopens a new window.
- See what astronauts readopens a new window—because they have to unwind somehow.
- BookRiot made a list of 50 Must-Read Books Set in Spaceopens a new window. How many have you read?
- Astronaut books and media for kidsopens a new window and adultsopens a new window
- Space documentariesopens a new window
- Books and films by Neil deGrasse Tysonopens a new window, one of the best known astrophysicists
- Books and films by Carl Saganopens a new window, who brought astronomy into the public eye
- International Observe the Moon Nightopens a new window on October 20.
- Eclipse-related jokesopens a new window from 2017's solar eclipse.