Children and adults can have a blast at the Arizona Science Center’s Astronaut Exhibition through May 31.
Museum goers can participate in physical and mental challenges that are out of this world, including experiencing a rocket launch, delving into life on the Space Lab and investigating how to do scientific research in space at the center at 600 E. Washington St. They also can work together to solve problems and determine how to accurately land a capsule and how to eat in space.
There are 26 exhibits that convey the physical and psychological impacts of living in microgravity on the human body, as well as the technology used to finish a mission.
Guests must buy tickets ahead of time. To learn more, visit azscience.org/attractions/astronaut-exhibition.