UNISPACE+50 exhibition: Science fiction becoming reality

Glimpses of the UNISPACE+50 exhibition, which features over 40 exhibitors showcasing the latest advances in space technology and a preview of what is to come in the near future.
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Glimpses of the UNISPACE+50 exhibition, which features over 40 exhibitors showcasing the latest advances in space technology and a preview of what is to come in the near future.
A child in a astronaut suit experiences the moon in a 360 virtual reality at the Chinese Lunar Exploration Programme exhibit.
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At the ispace exhibit, an exhibitor explains the MOON VALLEY concept, where Earth and Moon become “one system”.
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A HEPTA-SAT training kit at the UNISIC-Global exhibit. The actual satellites themselves, which are already in use, are exactly same size as these kits.
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A model of the China Space Station at the China Manned Space Agency. The Station is expected to be operational from 2022.
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UN Champion for Space Scott Kelly signs autographs and interacts with children at the UNISPACE+50 exhibition.
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Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen (centre), UN Office at Vienna Director-General Yury Fedetov (right), and UNOOSA Director Simonetta Di Pippo (left) look at the UNOOSA exhibit “Space at the United Nations:1958–2018”.
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The UNOOSA exhibit “Space at the United Nations:1958–2018” showing key events and milestones.
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