Astronaut

On Display until April 22nd, 2018

Ever wanted to know what it takes to become an astronaut or how they manage everyday things, like sleeping, in space? Well now you can find out in our newest exhibition, ASTRONAUT!

Take on the physical and mental challenges in the astronaut training center, experience a rocket launch, explore life on the Space Lab and investigate how to do science in space. Can you work together to solve problems or accurately land a capsule? How would you eat in space?

Through hands-on and full-body displays, this revealing science exhibition investigates the reality of what it takes to be a space explorer. 26 exhibits relay the physical and psychological effects of living in microgravity on the human body and the technology used to complete a mission. If you have ever wondered what it’s like to live like an astronaut, this exhibition gives you the opportunity to find out.

Visitors will be captivated and surprised by this absorbing study into the importance of science in space and the future of space exploration.

Join the conversation by using the hashtag #ASTRONAUTWPB on social media!

As of October 14th, 2017, general admission to the Science Center, including the ASTRONAUT exhibit, is as follows:

Adults  $16.95 
Seniors 60+  $14.95
Childen 3-12  $12.95
Children under 3   FREE
Members  FREE

 

Plan Your Class Field Trip!

If you would like to learn more about the educational opportunities surrounding the exhibition, please contact our Group Sales Coordinator at [email protected].

On Display Within the Exhibit:

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is honored to present spectacular photographic prints composed by Gary Rothstein throughout the exhibit. These pieces will be displayed for the duration of the Astronaut exhibit and give our guests the opportunity to view NASA's Space Program from behind the lens of Gary’s cameras. For a further look at Gary’s work, please visit: www.Girphotos.com.

 

 

ASTRONAUT is produced by:

       

 

ASTRONAUT is presented in the Quantum Foundation Hall of Exploration by the following sponsors: