NASA’s Destination Station multi-media exhibit immerses visitors of all ages in the story of the International Space Station (ISS). Visitors will learn about the 24/7/365 space-based research that brings results down to Earth to play a role in their lives. They will also learn how the space station operates as a result of the international partnership of five space agencies representing 15 countries.
The educational walk-thru exhibit includes hands-on activities and high-quality imagery and audio/visual technology to connect visitors with their place in space, communicating the real and potential benefits of the space station.
NASA Teach Station
Astronaut Serena Auñon, M.D. will be at the State Museum, autographing lithos and speaking about their career.RSVP to this event here.
Subject matter expert Ian Meginnis will talk about some of the technology used in developing the space suit and how that same technology has been used here on earth.
The driven-to-explore (DTE) mobile exhibit will be in front of the museum. Visitors will have a chance to see the work of the International Space Station up close, including a lunar rock.