About the Marshall Exhibits Program
As NASA extends humankind’s senses to the farthest reaches of the universe, while developing the capabilities needed to send humans to Mars, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, manages an active traveling exhibits program, sharing the agency’s endeavors in an effort to attract and inspire America’s next generation of scientists, engineers and explorers.
The ever-growing inventory of exhibits — including informative displays, models, artwork and technology demonstrations — teaches about Marshall’s current and past missions, including NASA’s journey to Mars, Space Launch System, International Space Station, Chandra X-ray Telescope, Saturn V Rocket, Skylab, Space Shuttle Program and many more.
Marshall collaborates with businesses, organizations and academia to bring this information to the American public at museums, conferences, schools and other venues. Numerous displays are available for loan, and Marshall’s Exhibits team members are available to consult and identify the right content, information and subject matter experts for any event or venue.
Marshall’s Exhibits program primarily serves six states — Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas and Iowa. But it also supports events and exhibit activities led by NASA Headquarters in Washington, and by other NASA field centers around the country.
Marshall Space Flight Center’s Exhibits Manager is Todd Cannon. He is available to answer general questions, existing loan agreement questions, technical conference support and regional requests from Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, and Louisiana.
Marshall Space Flight Center Exhibits Manager