The Cosmos Discovery exhibition maps the development of space flights from the first historical attempts up to today's missions and planet for the future.
The exhibition features more than 200 original objects from the United States, the Soviet Union, and other countries.
The exhibition is a compilation of original objects, prototypes, replicas, models and a large number of original documents and artifacts.
All the galleries contain LCD screens displaying period images and videos to illustrate the historical atmosphere
The exhibition provides an insight into the past, present, and future of space exploration, an integral part of 20th and 21th-century history. The exhibit contains up to 10 galleries including a cinema experience. A space Card with a real astronaut's name and life story is provided to every visitor upon entry to the exhibition.
Interactive CosmoZone including gyroscope experience and 3D technology.
Possibility to display local stories and national space programs, with the inclusion of local astronauts on the Space Card
EXHIBITION OBJECTS HIGHLIGHTS
•ORIGINAL COMPONENT OF SATURN 5 ROCKET F1 ENGINE RECOVERED FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
•REPLICA OF THE AMERICAN SPACECRAFT FROM THE MERCURY FRIENDSHIP 7 PROJECTS
•THREE ORIGINAL MODULES FROM RUSSIAN SOYUZ SPACECRAFT
•ORIGINAL APOLLO RETURN MODULE
•MOCK-UP OF THE COLUMBIA SPACE SHUTTLE COCKPIT
•1:10 MODEL OF THE AMERICAN SATURN 5 LAUNCH SYSTEM
ORIGINAL HUSTON CENTER CONSOLES
•OPPORTUNITY MARS ROVER REPLICA
•ORIGINAL SPACE SHUTTLE NOZZLE
•FULL-SIZE RECREATION OF THE APOLLO COMMAND MODULE
•RUSSIAN LUNOKHOD PROTOTYPE
•COLLECTION OF METEORITES