Star Trek Starts Here

Over the moon for the International Space Station

Jeremy Eaton


1:10 and 1:30 p.m. daily
Call 314-289-4400 for more information, or visit
St. Louis Science Center, 5050 Oakland Ave.

The folks at know that interest in sci-fi culture can only add to public support for space exploration. People want the future as depicted by Star Trek to become real, and ISS is a big step along that path. Are starships with warp drive too much to ask? Don't forget, it was novelist Clarke himself who first dreamed up the idea of the communications satellite. Life has reflected art more than once, and ISS will be the completion of a sci-fi fantasy and a reflection not just of art but of the sun. You see, Zak explains, ISS will eventually be visible as "the brightest star in the night sky."

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