Before entering the exhibit, the children answered a few questions about museum etiquette.
Sputnik satellite was the first man-made satellite sent into space in 1957. It transmitted signals for 21 days until the batteries ran out.
They found out that the first person who went into space was Yuri Gagarin and the second person who went next was Alan B. Shepard.
Before people were sent into space, mice were sent in this mouse experiment module to test if the mice were able to survive the trip to space.
Saturn V is the largest, heaviest and most powerful space shuttle in the world. It is 363 feet tall which is twice the height of the Art Science Museum.
They learnt that the different parts of Saturn V was built by different companies in the country.
They saw the different layers of an astronaut's suit that protects them from the radiation in space.
The food that the astronauts eat in space were displayed and the children had a good time guessing what was in each of them.
Astronauts use absorbency garments when they need to pee in space.
Lunokhod 2 was a vehicle that was sent to the moon to explore the lunar surface and return the information back to Earth.
Apollo Lunar Roving Vehicle was a vehicle used on the moon to enable the astronauts to move quickly on the moon to explore the area.
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