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A New Moon Rises

June 16th 2023 to June 30th 2025
Fifty years after the Apollo Moon landings, get readry to see the Moon as you’ve never seen it before.

A New Moon Rises, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian, features stunning large-scale photographs of the lunar surface captured by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Cameras (LROC) between 2009 and 2015. The highly detailed photographs reveal a celestial neighbor that is surprisingly dynamic and full of grandeur and wonder.

A New Moon Rises was created by the National Air and Space Museum and the Arizona State University, and is organized for travel by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. Image: North Pole Topography. Image courtesy NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University.


Partners of the exhibition at the Cosmodome           

Eyes on the Skies: Managing Air Traffic in Canada

September 28th 2022 to April 23rd 2023
Canada manages a vast air space—over 18 million square kilometres. Eyes on the Skies examines the rapid evolution of air traffic management, exploring the systems, people, and technologies that keep these busy skies safe.
Visitors can discover the stories of industry insiders — past and present — and learn how factors like gender have impacted air traffic management in Canada.

This exhibition, developed by the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, features engaging videos and visuals that break down complex ideas, such as how radar works. Visitors can test their skills through a variety of digital experiences, and consider if they have what it takes to manage air traffic safely.

The exhibition was created by Ingenium, in collaboration with Nav Canada and Government of Canada.

Earth in Focus: Insights from Space

February 21st to September 10th, 2022
A photo of Earth — taken from space — offers a truly remarkable perspective. But did you know these images also help us monitor the planet and address global challenges?

Earth in Focus: Insights from Space is a new exhibition developed by the Canada Science and Technology Museum, in partnership with the Canadian Space Agency. The exhibition highlights the important role that space-based Earth observation plays in monitoring Earth’s changing systems. It also reminds us how truly connected we are to our spectacular and fragile planet.

Through visually striking videos and photos of Earth from space, this immersive exhibition demonstrates how data collected from space can help address global issues — such as feeding a growing population, keeping us safe from natural disasters, and protecting the environment.

The exhibition was created by Ingenium, in collaboration with Government of Canada.

All abord!Let's create the spaceship of the future

February 22nd, 2021 to February 8th, 2022. 
Budding engineers, curious designers and nostalgic parents are invited to imagine the spaceship of the future! Let yourself be guided through this exhibition that is both nostalgic and innovative. Take inspiration from real and fictional ships to design a spacecraft that will transport a crew of astronauts on a daring mission of exploration.