Explore the past, present and future of human space exploration and understand the challenges that humans have solved to travel to space, explore space and return to Earth safely.
Look inside the actual 1973 Skylab 3 Apollo Command Module
Experience a multi-media trip through landmark moments in space history
See artifacts from John Glenn’s Friendship 7 mission
Check out a real moon rock from Apollo 15
View actual space-flown suits from Skylab and Apollo, including one issued to Buzz Aldrin
Living in Space Gallery
After astronauts get to space, how do they eat, sleep and go to the bathroom? Learn about day-to-day living on the International Space Station and find out how we’re preparing for longer space journeys to Mars and beyond!
See how astronauts live and work on the International Space Station
Take your photo in a space suit
Examine the giant Mars airbag landing system tested by the NASA Glenn Research Center
Climb inside a model of a Mercury capsule
Explore a Martian landscape and learn more about the Red Planet
Explore the underlying science and engineering principles that make major accomplishments in space and aeronautics possible!
Enter the gallery through a replica of an immense test chamber door
Experiment with air resistance and test a pressurized bottle rocket
Investigate how to power a space station and plan a space mission
Slow high-speed video of testing materials from NASA Glenn Research Center
Watch a video tour of NASA Glenn’s most impressive labs and test chambers on the Discover Stage, sponsored by Parker
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