Cradle of Aviation Museum unveils New Views of the Universe exhibit
One of the largest, interactive traveling space exhibits is now at the Cradle of Aviation Museum.
The interactive NASA Hubble Telescope exhibit, New Views of the Universe, was unveiled by former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino.
Massimino, originally from Franklin Square, was part of the Hubble Space Telescope servicing team.
Part of the exhibit features real images collected from the Hubble Space Telescope of other planets, black holes and even other galaxies.
Middle school students had the chance to learn about Massimino's experiences in space and even ask him questions at the unveiling.
The exhibit is traveling, so it's only at the Cradle of Aviation until April 2022.
There is also a section of the exhibit where you can learn about the James Webb Space Telescope - which NASA is launching on Dec. 22. It will be 1 million miles away from Earth.