February 21st, 2010

Destination: Mars The News Tribune

More than two dozen simulations in Facing Mars, a new exhibit at the Pacific Science Center, give visitors an idea of what it would be like to make the three-year round trip to the red planet.
Are we there yet? Isolation, monotony, boredom. How will it feel to be away for months or years from all you have ever known?
People can step into the confinement chamber and begin to experience the isolation and boredom astronauts would experience on the trip. The Mars Walk simulates what it would be like to walk on the surface of Mars. At the Bring Mars to Life station, visitors can create a stop-motion animation of their vision of pioneer life in a Martian colony

November 23rd, 2003

‘Space Journey’ challenges stale Earthbound thinking The News Tribune

Your flight to Mars, cosseted inside a “pod,” costs at the most $18.50. Children and seniors will be able to traipse across the red rock for only $14. “Space: A Journey to Our Future” opens today at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle. And it is a trip. At the Mars “base camp,” you meet Beth, an Earthling. She tells visitors she spent six months traveling 450 million miles to reach Earth’s neighbor. She hangs out in the base camp, which is equipped with sleeping shelves and computers (will there be e-mail on the Red Planet?) and decorated with snapshots of Beth’s pets and relatives back home. She and her comrades grow their own food in a greenhouse.

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