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Community Free Day for Jews in Space

Date(s) - Sunday, December 4th
12:00 pm CST - 4:00 pm CST

Jewish Museum Milwaukee

dsc0801-version-2Jewish Museum Milwaukee is thrilled to host this free community day for anyone living in Milwaukee County to visit Jews in Space: Members of the Tribe in Orbit for FREE! We strongly recommend you book your tickets in advance.

About Jews in Space

Jews in Space tells the epic story of the Jewish relationship to the extraterrestrial.

From as early as Genesis, Jews have pondered the heavens that surround our planet. Jews explored astrology and other sciences, coined the term “science fiction,” and were shot into orbit as part of the space race, which also utilized the work of Jewish scientists and engineers to reach the breathtaking milestones that transfixed our cultural imagination.

 Jews appear in depictions of space, space travel, and all manner of science fiction, starring in groundbreaking television shows such as Star Trek, and creating beloved movies like Spaceballs by Mel Brooks. 

Click here to learn more about Jews in Space.

Image: Leonard Nemoy as Spock in Star Trek: The Wrath of Kahn, 1966

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