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一名小观众正在近距离欣赏天和号空间站主题的环幕电影_089739_副本.jpg 展览上陈列的航天员太空服展品。_089743.jpg 观众正在体验“旋转座椅”,跟航天员训练时相比,这个旋转速度已_089737.jpg 观众正在中国即将发射的天和号核心舱展示厅内参观_089738.jpg 展览上展示的太空育种番茄,将来在空间站航天员有可能品尝同款番_089741.jpg
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  • One young space aficionado watches a movie themed "space station"
  • A space suit on display at the exhibition
  • A visitor experiences weightlessness at an interactive exhibit showcasing the development of China's manned space program in Beijing on March 18
  • People visit the exhibition hall dedicated to Tianhe-1, the core module of China’s manned space station
  • Samples of space breeding tomatoes feature at the exhibition
  • 一名小观众正在近距离欣赏天和号空间站主题的环幕电影_089739_副本.jpg
  • 展览上陈列的航天员太空服展品。_089743.jpg
  • 观众正在体验“旋转座椅”,跟航天员训练时相比,这个旋转速度已_089737.jpg
  • 观众正在中国即将发射的天和号核心舱展示厅内参观_089738.jpg
  • 展览上展示的太空育种番茄,将来在空间站航天员有可能品尝同款番_089741.jpg

Humans have a fascination with the unknown and we know very little about outer space. When it comes to exploring our solar system, let alone the universe, mankind has barely managed to scrape the surface. Dreams of space exploration have long had a strong hold on the human imagination.

An interactive exhibition featuring the development of China's manned space program opened to the public at the China Science and Technology Museum in Beijing on March 18, taking visitors as close to space as possible without leaving Earth.

Co-hosted by the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) and the China Manned Space Engineering Office, the Fly Into Space exhibition celebrates the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China and gives visitors the excitement of space travel.

Divided into six sections, Journey Through Time, Fighting for Dreams, Realizing the Space Dream, Aerospace Homeland, Aerospace Dining, and Future Tunnel, the exhibition features the daily tasks of astronauts plus themed displays explaining time tunnels and life in space.

Interactive technologies, including virtual reality and 3D displays, demonstrate the development of China's manned space program, the selection and training of astronauts and the launch of a spacecraft and life in orbit. BR

(Text and photos by Wei Yao)

Copyedited by Elsbeth van Paridon

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