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Exhibition Details

Exhibition Name:

Alien Worlds and Androids


Alien Worlds and Androids

“Are we alone?” is a question that has fascinated man for centuries. In this 5,000-square-foot exhibition, visitors join scientists in their search for alien life in and beyond our solar system and discover strange alien-like creatures found here on Earth. With content that showcases the cutting edge science taking place at organizations such as JPL and NASA, Alien Worlds and Androids brings visitors face-to-face with worlds far beyond their own, and learn about the technology that takes them there. Areas of the exhibition include:

  • Are We Alone?
  • Looking for life in Space
  • Artificial Intelligence and Robots
  • Robot Space Explorers
  • Robotization of Planet Earth
  • I-Cyborg
Category: Science & Technology
Primarily Consists Of: Hands-On Activities
Cost: Contact for details
Size: 5,000 square feet
Venue Length:
Availability: Spring 2018 and beyond
Special Requirements: N/A
Previous Venues:
  • Union Station Kansas City
  • Rochester Museum and Science Center
  • Milwaukee Public Museum
  • Putnam Science Center
  • St. Louis Science Center
  • Science Museum of Richmond
  • Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
  • The Witte Museum
  • Discovery Place
  • Vancouver Fair 2016
  • Arizona Science Center
Organization: GES
Contact: Lisa O'Keefe
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Phone: 630-254-1174
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