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Shanghai Aviation Exhibition Hall – China

The Exhibition Hall gives detailed information on Shanghai Aerospace achievements – missile, spacecraft, satellite and launch vehicles, as well as Shanghai aerospace experts and academicians. The CZ-4 launch vehicle, Shen Zhou spaceship, CK-1, FY-1 and FY-2 satellites are...
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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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Air Zoo – Portage, Michigan

The Air Zoo’s exhibition includes lots of historical and rare aircraft, for example SR-71 Blackbird, B-25 Mitchell, P-39 Aircobra and others. Also, there are a simulator of U.S. Navy F/A-18 Hornet.
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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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Clark Planetarium – Salt Lake City, Utah

Clark Planetarium has  an authentic moon rock sample, obtained from the Apollo 15 mission and is displayed in a special exhibit. Also there are three 3D theaters with space theme films.
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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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Space Shuttle Discovery – Kennedy Space Center

Space Shuttle Discovery (OV-103) built in 1983 and had flown 149 million miles in 39 missions. It was decommissioned in 2011 and moved to the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C.
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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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