SPACE, THE FINAL FRONTIER is a comprehensive educational exhibition that takes visitors on a journey in time and space.

The amazing past, present and future of human spaceflight, the greatest achievement of humankind, is presented for audiences of all ages.

This exhibition includes historical pieces, immersive displays, educational experiments and  flight simulators.

Our scientific experts, veterans on space exploration projects, designed SPACE, THE FINAL FRONTIER with careful consideration to the facts and details of this engaging and impressive endeavor.

CURATOR

SPACE, THE FINAL FRONTIER is curated by the aerospace engineer Pablo de León, a human spaceflight expert, who designed advanced space suits for the last 25 years. He also was Principal Investigator in several NASA-funded projects. 

Dressed for Mars, aerospace engineer Pablo de León tests a prototype space suit in the “regolith bin” at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. Inside the chamber, fine soil and fans simulate the dust storms that could bedevil astronauts on Mars.

(National Geographic, November 2016)

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LED LIGHTBOXES:

INFORMATIVE (2 X 2.4 MTS) 

CONTENT

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Comprehensive panels.

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Real control panels used in American and Russian

spacecrafts.

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Space tools.

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Interactive experiments.

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A large collection of American, Russian and Chinese, helmets and gloves, many of them used in flight missions.

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Space watches.

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Space pens.

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Mission patches.

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Astronaut´s autographs.

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Postcards.

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Commemorative stamps.

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Memorabilia.

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NASA Programs gear.

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Tools and equipment.

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Posters and promotional items.

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Spacecraft scale models and plans.

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Easy to understand panels and information.

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Training material for guides and teachers.

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Multimedia experiences.

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Photo opportunities.

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FULL SCALE SIMULATORS

Apollo CM and LEM interactive flight simulators.

Latu, Montevideo, URUGUAY.

Estadio nacional, COSTA RICA.

ARGENTINA provinces with ministry of Science. 

Children Museum of Bogota, COLOMBIA.

AHAA Science Center, Tartu, ESTONIA.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Space Requirements:

5,000 Sq.Ft- 10,000 Sq.Ft.

Smaller size exhibitions also available.

Display Period 3-12 months.

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