Thank you for your interest in The Museum of Flight’s Boeing Academy for STEM Learning education programs.
While we are currently not taking reservations for programs, we invite you to look at our past roster of programs to see the topics that we explore in our offerings.
We currently are exploring and developing our next phase of remote programs, including a range of online and by-mail experiences. We look forward to working with you soon.
Please contact with any questions that you may have.


Presented in our digital portable planetarium, this STEM-based experience is intended to teach students, educators and families about stars, constellations and the differences between the Moon and Earth, while promoting cross-cultural understanding. Big Bird, Elmo, and their new friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, lead an interactive journey to the stars and Moon helping kids spot the Big Dipper, find the North Star and discover why you can’t fly a kite on the Moon.

A quiet, indoor room with a minimum 25-by-25-foot area of clean, open floor space and a 14-foot- high ceiling is required. The planetarium is designed to accommodate most standard wheelchairs.

One World, One Sky is a production of Adler Planetarium, Sesame Workshop, Beijing Planetarium and Liberty Science Center. One World, One Sky was produced with major support from the National Science Foundation and is distributed by Loch Ness Productions.

To arrange times, contact 206-768-7175 or

This is an Outreach program done at your location.

Availability & Price

This program is offered to children 4 - 6 years old and allows for a maximum of 20 participants.

There is a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 programs per day/location. Additional fees may apply for multiple location visits on a single day.

  • 45-minute show $150