Orlando Science Center Ultimate Flight Exhibition 2019
Orlando Science Center Ultimate Flight Exhibition 2019 – Above and Beyond, Orlando Science Center’s Spring traveling exhibit is leaving the Science Center this weekend. Presented by Boeing to commemorate 100 years of flight, this interactive experience launches guests into the future of aerospace technology and air travel. The exhibit‘s last full day at the Science Center is Sunday, May 12.
“Orlando Science Center uses iconic experiences to engage all ages in an active exploration of science and technology and discover the possibilities available in STEM careers,” said President and CEO JoAnn Newman. “Above and Beyond provides such experiences through hands-on activities and presentations that feature real world examples of science in flight.”
The exhibit offers 5,000-square-feet of unprecedented interactives demonstrating advances in aviation and aerospace, from the first powered flights to the latest innovations for space travel. Visitors can step into a simulated space elevator that takes them to geosynchronous Earth orbit or design and test a supersonic fighter jet to face off in a virtual high-speed flying competition, plus get a sense what it’s like to fly like a bird using a simulation with motion-sensing technology.
Orlando Science Center
Closes May 12, 2019
Above and Beyond is included with general admission to Orlando Science Center and free to members.
Above and Beyond is produced by Evergreen Exhibitions in association with Boeing, in collaboration with NASA and the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum.
For more information, please visit www.osc.org.
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