Journey to Space 3D

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NOW PLAYING—Strap in for the next giant leap in Journey to Space 3D!

Narrated by Actor Patrick Stewart, Journey to Space 3D is an inspiring reflection on the remarkable achievements of NASA's Space Shuttle program, including the assembly and launch of the International Space Station and the deployment of the Hubble Space Telescope. Missions like these have taught us how to live, build, and conduct science in space and helped to build the foundation for future space exploration. Journey to Space 3D fondly looks back at the 30-year space shuttle program (1981-2011), complete with shots of Space Shuttle Endeavour being flown to its new home at the California Science Center. The movie also features a fascinating showcase of the exciting plans that are underway for the next giant leap into space: landing humans on Mars. Runtime: 41 mins. 

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Satellite hovering over Earth in Journey to Space 3D
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Crowds watch Space Shuttle Endeavour being transported through the streets of Los Angeles to its home at the California Science Center.

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Space Shuttle Endeavour on the launch pad. 

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NASA's next generation moon rover, the Space Exploration Vehicle (SEV). The SEV is one of NASA’s concepts for a new generation of flexible vehicles that can transport astronauts across near-earth asteroids and Mars.

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Rocket launch at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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Space Shuttle Atlantis on display at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

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Crowds watch Space Shuttle Endeavour being transported through the streets of Los Angeles to its home at the California Science Center.

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Space Shuttle Endeavour on the launch pad. 

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NASA's next generation moon rover, the Space Exploration Vehicle (SEV). The SEV is one of NASA’s concepts for a new generation of flexible vehicles that can transport astronauts across near-earth asteroids and Mars.

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Rocket launch at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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Space Shuttle Atlantis on display at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

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