Minuteman Missile National Historic Site – South Dakota

Minuteman is an American land-based ISBM (intercontinental ballistic missile) with 1.2 megatons warhead, developed in 1962. Several rocket sites were decommissioned and converted to museums.
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Baikonur Cosmodrome – Kazakhstan

Baikonur Cosmodrome – first and largest space flight center in the world, founded in 1955. Baikonur launches more than 20 rockets per year.
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Kennedy Space Center, Visitor Complex – Merritt Island, Florida

Kennedy Space Center – one of the largest launching and researching space center in the world. Visitor Complex exhibitions includes Space Shuttle Atlantis, rockets and equipment.  
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National Space Centre – Leicester, UK

It’s a popular science museum, dedicated to exploration of the space. There are a lot of interesting information about universe and solar system, space expeditions and other.
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The European Space Agency

The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space.
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Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics – Moscow, Russia

Big museum in the center of Moscow. The exhibition and atmosphere are incredible: space satellites, blocks of space stations, space rovers, space suits and rocket engines. In separate exhibitions there are photos from telescopes and Earth’s orbit. Unfortunately, this...
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Tsiolkovsky State Museum of the History of Cosmonautics – Kaluga, Russia

It’s the first space museum in the world, opened in 1967. Museum’s exhibition is great and there are a lot of interesting things, like a real scale-model of “Sputnik 1” (“Satellite One”), space rover ‘Lunokhod 1″ (“Moon Walker...
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National Museum of the United States Air Force – Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio

National Museum of the United States Air Force has large exhibition of aviation, rockets and space ships. We can see warplanes from WWI to modern times, presidential aircraft and experimental aircraft. Especially attract visitor’s attention 8 ICBMs (intercontinental...
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