The Cité de l'Espace reopens its doors on Friday with the Space and Sports Exhibition in particular and of course the Luneexplorer, the attraction of playing the role of an astronaut.
The Cité de l'espace reopens its doors on February 9 after a month of maintenance in January and welcomes visitors looking for discovery, wonders and ideas for outings with their children or friends. There is something for everyone who is curious. At each stage, facilitators provide live experiences accessible to everyone.
Two new features on February 9th
As of February 9, to keep up with the latest space developments, Cité de l'espace is introducing a new theme in its permanent exhibitions: New Space. The First Space focuses on and illustrates the issue of space debris thanks to a new interactive device developed by Cité de l'espace and the French National Center for Space Studies called “Orbital Dance” which invites visitors to interact to move the satellite and avoid debris in orbit. The second space, this time dedicated to new space, explores the emergence of private companies in the space sector, innovations in miniaturization and even satellite constellations. To enrich this component, Cité de l'espace worked with three space companies: COMAT, HEMERIA and KINEIS.
Cité de l'espace brings the theme “SPACE AND SPORT” into the dialogue throughout 2024
On the occasion of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, Space City brings together members of the space and sports communities around common themes: body, mind, team spirit.
In 2024, meetings will be offered to the general public bringing together players from the sport and aerospace, on common topics: performance, equipment, recovery, etc.
This unique exhibition of large-scale immersive images can be seen at the Cité de l'espace from February 9, 2024 to December 2024.
LUNEXPLORER: To experience every stage of the mission to the Moon like an astronaut
LuneXplorer is a unique experience in Europe that allows you to put yourself in the shoes of an astronaut on a mission to the moon and feel the acceleration phases of take-off and landing on the lunar surface. During a space mission, you must prepare, train, and execute your flight and mission. This realistic 40-minute experience is part of space news for the coming decades as astronauts return to and on the Moon through the Artemis programme, a NASA mission with the participation of the European Space Agency (ESA).
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