New Exhibit is Out of This World

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    Randy Siegel
    Moon.

    The San Diego Air and Space Museum (SDASM) in Balboa Park opened up a brand new exhibit on Tuesday called “Space: A Journey To Our Future.”

    The interactive exhibit shows all aspects of space travel to the moon. It also examines unanswered questions of existence and the potential of future space exploration to provide answers.
     
    "It really has something for all ages. It's intended to be fun and exceptionally interactive and certainly educational but really designed to not look at just today but our future and where do we anticipate going because that's really what it's all about," Jim Kidrick of SDASM said.
     
    “Space: A Journey To Our Future” allows participants to explore a Lunar Base Camp including bunk beds and a kitchen, experience the physiological challenges of space flight, touch actual Moon meteorites and Mars rocks, see artifacts from the space program up close, and learn about future exploration of the universe in a 360-degree theatre.

    In additional to this special exhibit, the museum’s regular collection will be on display for visitors. 
     
    Now is the time to visit this special exhibit because February is Museum Month in San Diego. 

    Museum Month in San Diego

    [DGO] Museum Month in San Diego
    For the month of February, museums throughout San Diego will be half-off. Megan Tevrizian visits the Air and Space Museum in Balboa Park to get a behind-the-scenes look at the biggest space exhibit.

    Simply pick up a free Museum Month pass at any Macy’s in San Diego County, Temecula, or El Centro.  The pass entitles its holder to half price admission at 40 participating museums throughout the county, including SDASM. 

    Pass holders can bring up to three other people with them who can also be eligible for the discounted admission.

    For more information about SDASM click here.