Celebrate Navy Week at Carnegie Science Center on Friday, June 6 and Saturday, June 7 from 10 am - 5 pm. Enjoy interactive exhibits while exploring robotics, engineering, science, and mathematics.
Navy's Explosive Ordinance Team will demonstrate how robots are used to disarm explosive devices. Check out real Navy gear, such as dive helmets and bomb suits.
Office of Naval Research, SeaPerch Exhibit features videos and demonstrations by Naval personnel of interactive underwater robots. Visitors will be able to control a remotely operated vehicle.
USS Constitution: The USS Constitution is the Navy's oldest ship still in commission – a wooden vessel with sails. Sailors from the ship in 19th-century period costume will be onsite with hands-on activities about the ship. From Forests to Frigates, a 45- minute interpretive history live presentation, will be presented on the Bayer Science Stage twice a day on Friday and Saturday.
Friday: Noon and 2 pm
Saturday: 1 pm and 3 pm
Sailors from USS Pittsburgh will be on board USS Requin both days to talk about how nuclear subs are different from Requin.