Apollo Outreach
Apollo Outreach

Apollo Outreach

This is the result of different projects aiming to familiarize public with the Apollo program and particularly for kids of ages from 8 to 13.
They include:
- a lunar lander implemented with technologies similar to those used in 3D printing machines to guide a model to a safe touchdown using a remote control.
- a footprint reproduction system, based on a resin-based model of the original moonboot.
- a magnetic Saturn V model to explain quickly how we went to the moon and the phases of the lunar missions
- an anaglyphs visualization system to experience the moon with Apollo 11 photos


Apollo Outreach

British Interplanetary Society

The British Interplanetary Society (BIS) promotes the exploration and use of space for the benefit of humanity, by connecting people to create, educate and inspire, and advance knowledge in all aspects of astronautics. The BIS is Britain’s leading think-tank on international space development. The BIS organises lectures and conferences, it produces general and technical publications, it brings its members together to network and cooperate on projects, it informs space policy, and it represents the UK in space activities throughout the world. Its international membership is also represented in some cases by its international branches like BIS-italia who specializes in unique educational activities about space exploration and space engineering.

Stand E25 (pav. 7) - British Interplanetary Society

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