Star Trek Science Exhibit Program Guide

Star Trek Science Exhibit Program Guide
Through a special purchase, Starland was able to obtain a few copies of the exhibition guide to the incredibly successful Star Trek traveling museum exhibit.

The guide is over 60 pages of detailed facts and information about the science of Star Trek. Each page is beautifully illustrated with photos from the show and NASA. Each of the exhibits from the OMSI produced show is detailed and explained in the guide and readers will find a wealth of information on various science and space topics.

Subjects and Areas covered in the Exhibition Guide:

The Bridge - Learning about planetary orbits, Voice Recognition, 3-D Space Viewing, and Waveforms.

Engineering - What is Antimatter?, Making Antimatter, Cosmic Rays, Deflecting charged particles, Air Rockets, Newton's Rocket Roll, Gravity Billiards

Science Stations & Life Support - Living & Working in Space, Gas Giant, Spectroscopy, Cosmic Fingerprints, Spectral Gas Analysis, Invisible Sky, Planet Walker

Away Team - Transportation through VR

Sick Bay - Viral manipulation, Modern Medicine, Today's Tricorder

The magazine also includes 3-D glasses (there are some 3-D pages in the guide)!

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