Dates: 19 November 2016 to 19 March 2017

Reach for the stars at the largest space flight exhibition ever to be held in Singapore, opening 19 November 2016 at ArtScience Museum!

Ignite your curiosity about space travels and be inspired by the triumphant milestones in human space exploration at NASA - A Human Adventure. At this upcoming blockbuster exhibition, you'll be introduced to the people who dared to dream, and the technology and engineering feats that have captured the imaginations of many, while inspiring dreams of future space exploration.  

Through five exhibition galleries displaying over 200 historically significant artefacts, including items which have flown to space and back, discover the inspiring story of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) huge achievements in space flights and exploration, from the time the first space rocket launched to the latest accomplishments in manned space flights.

Explore NASA's legendary space crafts and learn the stories of the people who flew them. Relive the triumphant missions that succeeded, and reflect on those that ended in tragedy.

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Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center

The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center is a world-renowned space museum affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution, which allows visitors to experience the thrill of space exploration. One of only three museums in the world to display flown spacecraft from all three early manned space programs – Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo. The Cosmosphere boasts the largest collection of U.S. space artifacts outside the Smithsonian and the largest collection of Russian space artifacts outside Moscow. In addition to the Justice Planetarium and Carey IMAX® Theatre, the Cosmosphere hosts tens of thousands of students from all over the world each year in its internationally-acclaimed education programs and summer camps. The Cosmosphere may be best known for its work in spacecraft restoration and replication. In addition to restoring numerous flown spacecraft for the Smithsonian, the Cosmosphere has built highly detailed replicas for museums and the film industry, most notably creating all the props for the movie Apollo 13 starring Tom Hanks.


U.S. Space & Rocket Center

The U.S. Space & Rocket Center has hosted over 13 million visitors since opening in 1970. It was established with the support of the citizens of Alabama as an exhibit center for the U.S. Space Program, to tell the story of space exploration. This facility is home to the world’s largest hands-on space technology museum and to the Space Camp programs. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center provides science-based displays and computer-age learning facilities for visitors that include a large number of teachers and students. The USSRC is the official Visitor Information Center for the Marshall Space Flight Center and the official museum for both NASA and the Army. Additionally, the USSRC houses the NASA Marshall Space Flight Centre’s Foundation Educator Resource Centre.


John Nurminen Events B.V: - The producer of NASA – A Human Adventure exhibition

The exhibition NASA – A Human Adventure is produced by John Nurminen Events B.V. The company specializes in developing and producing large-scale touring exhibitions. John Nurminen Events B.V. is a Dutch subsidiary of the Finnish family-owned parent company John Nurminen Oy, established in 1886.