Exhibition on China’s Lunar Exploration Programme to be held in Haikou
The Exhibition on China’s Lunar Exploration Programme (Haikou Stop) will be held at the Hainan Provincial Museum from May 15th to June 1st, 2015, in which a 1:1 scale high-simulation model of the Yutu moon rover and interactive exhibits will be shown.
The event features the country’s lunar exploration program, moon culture and popular interactive science, which highlight China’s development and main achievements in lunar exploration and aerospace science and technology.
Models of the Chang’e-1 satellite, as well as some precious videos and images, including photos of the moon surface shot by Chang’e-3, will be unveiled in the exhibition.
Some moon-themed art works, including works of calligraphy, paintings, sculpture and ceramic works, will also be exhibited at the show.
An area for the interactive experience of popular science will be set up at the event as well. Fans of aeronautics and astronautics can operate equipment, like the moon rover, in simulated exercises.