[부산=뉴시스]Reporter Lee Dong-min = The Busan Science Museum announced on the 19th that it will hold the ‘Now, Nuri, to Space’ event to commemorate and pray for the success of the 3rd launch of the Nuri, which is scheduled for the 24th.
In this exhibition, visitors can look at the launch and separation scene and the satellite ejection scene through CG (computer graphic) images of the launch of the Nuri.
In addition, a video corner was prepared to understand the efforts of the researchers, such as the development story of the Nuri, the launch site, and the difficulties and overcoming stories.
In addition, you can use augmented reality (AR) to move the Nuri and handle the engine ignition device.
This special exhibition will be held in the small exhibition room on the 1st floor until September 3, and can be viewed for free.
“We prepared this exhibition to share the proud moment of the 3rd launch of the Korean launch vehicle Nuri, and space science and technology toward Korea, a space powerhouse,” said Kwon Su-jin, head of the Science and Culture Department at the Busan Science Museum. You will be able to know the differentiated technology through various exhibits and experiences.”
Meanwhile, a pop-up exhibition to pray for the success of the 3rd launch of Nuri is being held in the exhibition room on the 1st floor of the Children’s Science Museum at the Busan Science Museum.
The pop-up exhibition hall consists of exhibits that can enhance understanding of the payload of the Nuri, such as next-generation small satellites, nano-satellites, Toyosat satellites, and Cube satellites.
The pop-up exhibition will be held until June and anyone who visits the Children’s Science Museum can use it.
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