Dayton Science Museum unveils first-ever space-themed exhibit
Posted On July 1, 2021
Dayton, Ohio — The Dayton Science Museums and Research Center announced on Wednesday it has unveiled its first-in-the-nation space-inspired exhibit, titled “Sensors, Sensors, and Sensors: A Space-Based Exploration,” featuring more than 60 new images and video from the space station.
The exhibit will be located on the second floor of the Science Museum, which has more than 1,000 exhibits dedicated to the Earth and space.
It will also feature a 360-degree 360-image panorama of the station’s orbiting Earth-facing instruments, including NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft, which is currently orbiting the station.
Visitors will be able to interact with the exhibit by scanning and tapping with their smartphones, while visiting the museum’s interactive gallery, which will be accessible via a smartphone app.
The space-based exhibit will debut in the summer of 2019.
The Dayton Science Center is located at 817 W. First Street in Dayton.