Miami Science Museum opens exhibit on space travel

Miami, May 24 (EFE).- Tomorrow, Saturday, the Philip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami opens “Journey into Space,” an exhibition dedicated to the exploration of space and life outside the Earth’s atmosphere.

The exhibition will include interactive objects and original elements that allow visitors to glimpse aspects of life in space, in addition to the real risks that astronauts face during their missions, EFE confirmed on Friday during a media presentation.

A robotic arm, a space glove and a life-sized replica of the Destiny Spin Laboratory are some of the attractions that will be included in the exhibition, which will remain open until October 6 at this museum located in the center of this southern city. Florida (USA).

The exhibition, presented by the Minnesota Science Museum and the California Science Center, seeks to reveal the difficulties of working in space, in addition to highlighting the modifications and innovations of engineers that facilitate the work of astronauts.

During the tour, visitors will be able to learn about weightlessness and the challenges of spending long periods in space, in addition to what the crew members of the International Space Station (ISS) eat, sleep in, and go to the bathroom.

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