Wonder how it’s like to travel to space? Or how do astronauts survive there?
With over 200 artefacts, including actual space-flown items and full-scale replicas on display, it will be an eye-opener when you visit NASA – A Human Adventure exhibition.
These include a nose cone from a Jupiter rocket which was retrieved in the sea; film magazines and film frames that have been to the moon and back on the Apollo missions.
There is also a G-force simulator which provides both kids and adults a taste of what it’s like to launch into space (watch our video above).
Read more about the exhibition: Review: NASA – A Human Adventure exhibition in Singapore
(Video: Young Parents)