Exhibits

Explore all that Mars Exploration Celebration has to offer!

The Remotely Operated Vehicle for Education, or ROV-E, is a tiny version of the rover currently exploring Mars, named Curiosity.  See ROV-E’s 6-wheeled suspension for yourself as you learn about how humans on Earth operate rovers on Mars.

NASA – Mars Virtual Reality

Put on a headset and explore Gale Crater with the Curiosity rover!  This VR experience uses real data from the rover and enables you to walk around and look at rocks, sand dunes and even the rover itself!  

NASA 3D Panorama of Mars

The Spirit rover spent a long Mars winter taking the 119 images that were stitched together to make this 3D panorama of Mars.  When you wear your 3D glasses you will feel like you can reach out and touch the Mars rocks! Plus, take those glasses home and check out more 3D pictures of Mars!  https://go.nasa.gov/2UOzpeL

NASA – Mars Science Displays

Learn about current and future missions as you meet the scientists and engineers of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program, who go to work every day on Mars.  See a real a meteorite from Mars, rocks from Earth’s Moon, Mars globes, models of rovers and orbiters, rover wheels and more!  Ask the experts your questions about the Red Planet!

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ASTRONAUT PHOTO OP

NASA-Mars Astronaut Photo Op

Students learn robotics.

Mars Escape Room info.

Visit the Drone Zone for a hands-on drone learning experience.

The first museum that will be sent to the Moon on board the Astrobotic lunar lander.

Maker Space info.

Astrobotic Info.

NASA InSight Lander, Half-Scale Model

See a half-scale model of the InSight lander, which touched down on Mars in November, 2018.  The solar-powered lander used its robotic arm to set two instruments on the surface of Mars. Data collected by Insight will help us learn about the history and evolution of rocky planets, like Earth and Mars.

NASA Make your Own Quake Jump Station

Jump up and down and see what kind of quake you can make with our seismometer! The Insight lander uses a seismometer to learn about the interior of Mars, just like scientists do on Earth.

NASA PEEP Depressurization Chamber

Predict what will happen to a marshmallow Peep when the air pressure in this special chamber matches that of planet Mars.  Hint: If you are going to Mars, you need your space suit!

The Remotely Operated Vehicle for Education, or ROV-E, is a tiny version of the rover currently exploring Mars, named Curiosity.  See ROV-E’s 6-wheeled suspension for yourself as you learn about how humans on Earth operate rovers on Mars.

NASA – Mars Virtual Reality

Put on a headset and explore Gale Crater with the Curiosity rover!  This VR experience uses real data from the rover and enables you to walk around and look at rocks, sand dunes and even the rover itself!  

NASA 3D Panorama of Mars

The Spirit rover spent a long Mars winter taking the 119 images that were stitched together to make this 3D panorama of Mars.  When you wear your 3D glasses you will feel like you can reach out and touch the Mars rocks! Plus, take those glasses home and check out more 3D pictures of Mars!  https://go.nasa.gov/2UOzpeL

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