The Vision

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The Vision for Space Exploration

NASA is moving forward with a new focus for the manned space program.

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Exploration History

Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS)
This Month in Exploration

Visit every month to find out how aviation and space exploration have improved life for humans on Earth and in space.

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NASA@50

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NASA's 50th Anniversary

NASA will celebrate its 50th Anniversary on October 1, 2008. Join us as we celebrate the past and look forward to a promising new era of inspiration, innovation, and discovery.

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Lunar Precursor Robotic Program

The Lunar Precursor Robotic Program’s Interactive Lunar Exhibit consists of a 24-inch moon globe, an interactive control panel kiosk, and a large flat screen monitor. The exhibit allows visitors to learn about upcoming robotic missions to the moon through interactive media including mission animations, project videos, 3-D models, and lunar mapping images. This exhibit helps educate stakeholders about the Lunar Precursor Robotic Program, which is leading the way back to the moon with sophisticated robotic spacecraft. Visitors learn how the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) missions will provide information that will help engineers and scientists design and build a lunar outpost.


General Specifications

Footprint:
  • 10’ x 10’
Electrical Requirements:
  • Two 117V 20A drops
Special Notes
  • Shipping crates are on rollers (2-3 boxes in
    addition to crates)
  • A minimum ceiling height of 8’ is required
  • This exhibit is for indoor use only.
Assembly Specifications

Assembly Equipment Required:
  • Various hand tools
Labor Required:
  • Two people
Assembly Time:
  • Approximately two hours
Assembly Notes:
  • Instructions for assembly/setup are included
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