It was an out-of-this-world experience for some local youngsters at the Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley Friday morning.
The Aggie Sat Lab made a special visit to the museum to teach a group of three-to-five year olds a little more about space, specifically the moon.
The kids learned everything from why astronauts bounce on the moon, to how to make a moon of their own.
The Aggie Sat Lab members say they hope to inspire kids and generate more interest in space and engineering.
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