Hundreds of families have been given a taste of a planned £10 million space centre.
The Disney-style complex is earmarked for land on the outskirts of Kinross.
Developers say the intergalactic and flight-theme attraction could bring in about 60,000 visitors each year.
This weekend, Aero Space Kinross (ASK) hosted a day of space-age fun at Loch Leven Community Campus to give locals a taste of what to expect if the ambitious plan becomes reality.
The event featured a variety of activities for children including a planetarium, a virtual reality simulation and the chance to hold real moon rocks.
There was also be a question and answer session with astronomers from St Andrews University.
During the evening, adults enjoyed a presentation and stargazing walk with astronomer Professor John C Brown.
ASK chairman Alisdair Stewart said: “STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) education is at the heart of all we do, and we were delighted to be able to really demonstrate how exciting astronomy and the science of space exploration can be.”
The “Out of the World Experience” was supported by Cosmos Planetarium which provided real meteorites, virtual reality headsets and telescopes. The event attracted scores of families from across Tayside and Fife.
Aero Space Kinross says the space centre, once operational, will provide work for up to 40 people.
There are plans to include a fully immersive 3D planetarium and a flight motion simulator in the scheme.