Not too long ago in a galaxy far, far away The Sci-Port Center opened their doors to explorers. Their universe has expanded 25,000 square feet and includes the world`s first open-access Sawyer Interactive Laser Planetarium. It will enable travelers to create their own astronomy experiences at five computerized navigation stations. "We want you to touch, we want you to engage, we want you to hit the start button and be curious," explained Neville Lee, Exhibit Designer. You can also gravitate to the Mars Landscape exhibit, a mixture of coordination and scientific thinking and just like any good explorer kids and adults are encouraged to be hands on. Lee admits, one of the biggest challenges was producing and testing over 20 of the computer programs in house. "You have the luxury of playing with the things, being in touch with what`s really going on as opposed to having to send it out," commented Lee. If you are looking for an adventure with a little less flash then you are in luck. Get ready to test your engineering skills with a piece of paper or perhaps you want to find out if you have the right stuff to be a shuttle pilot. The length of your journey is endless. The new Space Center including the Sawyer Interactive Space Dome Planetarium opens November 18th.