PHM Planetarium &
Exhibit areas house 44 items on loan from the Smithsonian Air & Space
Museum, plus 5 items on loan from the Johnson Space Center. Thirteen of
these national treasures on display have been on the moon.
The signatures of every astronaut from the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and
Skylab missions--plus key cosmonauts from the Soviet and Russian space
programs--adorn the walls of the PHM Planetarium & Air/Space Museum.
The official NASA crew portrait of every space shuttle mission is on
display, as are the signatures of every astronaut to have completed a shuttle
Displayed among the general exhibits are memorabilia, display cases, mission
patches, oak-framed pictures, Life magazines and newspaper headlines,
and 1/3rd to 1/44th scale models of every rocket and spacecraft used
in the manned flight space program.
Lunar Surface Equipment Package (ALSEP) was scheduled to go to the moon
on Apollo 18, until President Nixon cut funding for remaining missions.
The original experiment is on display in the PHM Planetarium & Air/Space
- Apollo One