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Journey to Space

It is human nature to stretch, to go, to see, to understand. Exploration is not a choice, really; its an imperative.
- Michael Collins, Gemini and Apollo astronaut

Developed in partnership with the International Space Station Office of NASA's Johnson Space Center, the California Science Center and the partner museums of the Science Museum Exhibit Collaborative, the 10,000-square-foot Space exhibition will invite visitors to experience traveling to, living and working in space. You will be immersed in the challenges that astronauts—and the engineers and scientists that make their journeys possible—face. Premiering at the Science Museum of Minnesota in February 2015 and touring to 14 museums over the following seven years, Space will feature interactive exhibits, whole body experiences and authentic artifacts that will engage your visitors with the unparalleled adventure of space exploration.

Features

  • 10,000 square feet
  • 2 massive rotating labs modeled after the International Space Station Destiny module
  • Hands-on space interactives including a robotic arm, water rockets and ion engines
  • A scale space station activity area and space base construction center specifically designed for your youngest visitor
  • Numerous authentic space travel and exploration objects on display
  • Bilingual—english and spanish

NASAThis project is supported by NASA under award numbers NXX10AK10G, NNX12AL42G and NNX14AD16G.



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