Conceived by the Science Museum of Minnesota and the National Informal STEM Education Network, and based upon actual NASA work, this 600 square foot exhibit is composed of several different interactive stations, each covering a specific area of science and space-related phenomena. Kids will have opportunities to learn about how magnetic fields and x-rays are detected through the use of infrared cameras, build and test their own space vehicle, plan their own space mission with an interactive board game, and much more. Also included is a small reading area in which a variety of space-themed literature and info cards will be available for those who seek a more leisurely interactive experience. The exhibit goes above and beyond in helping children understand the nature of both earth and our universe, and the usage of STEM related activities gives them the opportunity to get hands-on experience in a fun and educational setting.