GATEWAY TO SPACE in Warsaw for a memorable adventure

After the stop in South Africa, at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, Gateway to Space returns to Europe and from 19 November 2016 to 19 March 2017 it will be possible to visit the space exhibition at the Minska 65 in Warsaw in Poland.

With more than 400,000 tickets sold in the first two years and the success it enjoys at each stage, Gateway to Space stands out as one of the most exciting and enthralling exhibitions, putting the tools and technologies of man's great journey to conquer the Moon within everyone's reach for the first time. A great exhibition and a unique opportunity to admire and interact with the amazing collection of memorabilia, reproductions of missiles, space stations, clothing e accessories, meteorite particles and much morefrom the Us Space & Rocket Centre of Nasa. An opportunity not to be missed to feel part of the most incredible journey ever undertaken by man, the conquest of the Moon. A complete excursus starting from the first imaginary visions of Jules Vernewho wrote the book From the Earth to the Moon in 1865, passes through Wernher von Braun, a German scientist and engineer naturalised in the United States, considered to be the progenitor of the American space programme. A journey that continues with a section devoted to the space race, on both the American and Soviet sides, where the different approaches of the two superpowers of the time are also explored. The heart of the exhibition then lies in the large central hall, where magnificent and absolutely fascinating pieces can be admired up close. This section features elements of the spacecraft Sojuz and the space station MirSoviet side, elements of the International Space Stationwith the workshop Destiny which the public will be able to walk through, the faithful reproduction of the lunar rocket Saturn Vused to launch the conquest to the Moon and the cockpit of the Space Shuttle. A journey from the past to the future that of Gateway to Spacewith the in-depth study of the project Orion and the presence of the module designed to one day take man to Mars. Among the latest arrivals is The Lunar Rover Vehicle, the electric vehicle used by the astronauts of the Apollo 15, 16 and 17 missions to travel easily on the lunar soil. The success of Gateway to Spaceis also due to the strong interactive component of the exhibition, a perfect example of 'edutainment', capable of educating and entertaining. Thanks to the 4 types of simulators, visitors can experience different situations of space travel: they can pilot a fighter F18land one Space Shuttleexperience the disorientation of a whirlwind re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere with the Multi AxisTrainer and finally experience the flight in a lunar capsule, in zero gravity with the 5 Degrees of Freedom

This and much more is Gateway to Spacea memorable adventure, designed to be enjoyed by all, young and old, audiences who will come face to face with some of mankind's greatest discoveries.