This exhibition shows the hardware and the technology of the great Space Adventures presented in an area of 1,500 square meters. Along with the wonder and the drama of this inspiring story of human accomplishment, the exhibition marshals an extraordinary collection of the instruments, the artefacts, and the spacecraft that made a modern reality out of ancient dreams.
With a significant and impressive collection of space exploration equipment along with the technology, the exhibition presents memorabilia that brings that former era to life and even more importantly, illuminates the human stories that lend meaning to the hardware. The immediacy of encountering these artefacts will provide a rich and authentic experience that will bring the thrilling reality of the space exploration adventure to life for our audiences.
More than 50 unique exhibits presented will delve into the history of human endeavour in space. These include the spatial stations, original particles delivered from cosmic space, pieces and models of satellites, aeronaut suits and accessories, the moon rock and the work of Dr. Wernher Von Braun, which came from archives at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville (NASA Museum).
The exhibition will provide any visitor, irrespective of genre and age, with a unique chance to make a virtual trip to space. Seven stimulators installed in the exhibition will create a memorable impression of a space flight.
A noteworthy detail in this regard is that previous shows by the US Space and Rocket Center all over the world were attended by more than 2.5 million visitors between South Africa, Denmark, Italy, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Belgium, Poland, Hungary and Romania.