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Soyouz Mission

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Length: 2 days/1 night. Age: 8 and older. Go aboard and prepare for a journey to the farthest reaches of space. The whole family is welcome to come along on this journey to the stars.


Mission program

You'll be able to test several astronaut training simulators for two days. Moonwalk and Marswalk XP, multi-axis chair, rotating chair and exercises on the zero-gravity wall. The program also includes a microrocket building and launch workshop and a visit of the multimedia show. Activities are for groups of eight minimum. Each group has its own professional instructor. Lodging is on-site in rooms with six to ten beds. Children must be accompanied by at least one person over 18. Transportation is required.

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Rotating chair

This simulator turns on a single axis to reproduce the sensation of vertigo. The rotating chair trains astronauts to deal with space sickness.

Multi-axis chair

Simulates the disorientation experienced in a space capsule.The multi-axis chair is standard training for astronauts.

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Ariane Mission

1 day

Visit the interactive multimedia show and test three of our astronaut training simulators. The multi-axis chair, the Moonwalk and Marswalk XP, the rotating chair and a microrocket workshop will make your space day unlike any other. Welcome aboard! Prepare for immediate lift-off.

Discovery Mission

2 days

Board the space shuttle for a space mission! Lift-off, orbiting, satellite release, docking with the ISS and return to Earth. But before, train on our simulators (multi-axis chair, rotating chair, Moonwalk/Marswalk XP, zero-gravity wall) and build your own microrocket.

ISS Mission

1 day

Visit our interactive multimedia show and train on two of our simulators: the multi-axis chair and the Moonwalk and Marswalk XP are on the program for your astronaut day. You'll learn a great deal about living in space from the experience.