From September 27th, for the first time in Italy, in Milan at Spazio Ventura XV (via Privata Giovanni Ventura 15), "NASA – A Human Adventure", a blockbuster exhibition produced by John Nurminen Events and brought to Milan by Avatar, which has attracted adults and children since 2011 in its world tour. A voyage through conquests and discoveries covering an area of 1500 square metres and featuring rockets, the Space Shuttle and the Lunar Rover in a thrilling educational and scientific full-immersion itinerary that takes us from the first manned launches into space right up to our own times. NASA – A Human Adventure presents about 300 original objects from the NASA's space programmes, most of which are on loan from the Cosmosphere International Science Education Center and Space Museum and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Many of the objects have been in space.
Gantry Entrance, Dreamers, The Space Race, Pioneers, Endurance and Innovation.
All the information to live the Exhibition at best, and online tickets to skip the queues.
Rockets, Space Shuttle, Lunar Rover, Space Centrifugal Simulator, a small preview of the pieces in the Exhibition.
Experiential trails, along which the fascinating journey to the moon descends into a captivating tale.
Along the exhibition itinerary, visitors will be able to admire the splendid spacecrafts built by NASA and to discover the stories of the people who were on board the crafts and those who designed and built them. It offers a great opportunity to explore unique objects such as the faithful scale model of the huge Saturn V moon rocket, the pioneering Mercury spacecraft, the Apollo Lunar Module that took the first human beings to the Moon, and the Lunar Rover the astronauts used to explore the Moon. Visitors will find themselves catapulted into space in a fully immersive exhibition. They will be able to observe a lunar meteorite and the iconic Space Shuttle, the first re-usable spacecraft. They will be able to see the flight deck, as well as the mid-deck of the Space Shuttle where the astronauts ate, slept and carried out experiments.