The exhibition, “SPACE: A Journey to Our Future,” touches down at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center on Saturday, November 22. Created in collaboration between NASA and the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), the SPACE exhibition is produced by Clear Channel Exhibitions. It was made possible by General Motors (GM) with additional support from the Space Day Foundation and Lockheed Martin. The 12,000-square-foot exhibition, one of the largest touring space exhibits ever developed, will be on display in Seattle through May 9, 2004. It will travel to other museums and science centers in several U.S. cities over the next five years. “We hope this exciting exhibit will help to inspire the next generation of explorers,” Loston said. “We want to fuel the imagination and ignite the desire for discovery in the youth who will be our nation’s next pioneers of air, space and Earth,” she said.