Outline of exhibition

As well as introducing the experiments and lives of astronauts,
you can consider the reason that humanity reaches for the stars.

In the International Space Station (ISS), located 400 km above the surface of Earth, experiments, research, and observations of the Earth, and other celestial objects, are conducted. The ISS challenges the harsh environment of space where humans could not survive under normal circumstances, and researchers, astronauts and operators on Earth around the world cooperate to keep it up and running. In addition to having a scale model of the ISS living quarters, this exhibit also introduces messages and research results from people involved with the ISS.

5F (Explore the frontiers)
Mohri Mamoru
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Introducing the international space station built about 400km above the Earth
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The “Space Habitation Module” features replicas of necessities for life in space
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An exhibit of the sleeping bag fixed to wall, a toilet, space food, and more