Deutsche Raumfahrtausstellung Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz e.V.
Deutsche Raumfahrtausstellung Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz e.V.
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+49 37465 2538
+49 37465 2538

opening times

Tuesday - Sunday from
10.00am - 5.00pm
(last admission 4.30 pm)
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prices

Adults  7 Euro
Reduce  4 Euro
up to 6 years free entry
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address

Dr.-Sigmund-Jähn-Str. 4
08262 Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz
Telefon: +49 37465 2538
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  • Die Große Halle

    MIR Basismodul / Modelle - Ariane - Landekapsel - Sojusraumschiff
  • Bemannte Raumfahrt

    Auf dem Weg zum Mond / Mondmissionen / Zukünftige Mondmissionen
  • Bemannte Raumfahrt

    Alle deutschen Weltraummissionen / Raumstationen / Leben & Arbeiten im All
  • Bemannte Raumfahrt

    MIR Basismodul - Einblick Leben und Arbeiten im All auf engstem Raum
  • Der Planatenpark

    Informationen über die Planeten unseres Sonnensystem
  • Raumfahrtspielplatz

    Trainiere Ausdauer, Geschicklichkeit, Kraft und das Gleichgewicht
Discover the fascination of spaceflight and space exploration

German Space Travel Exhibition
in Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz

Almost every German who has been into space and many Russian and American cosmonauts and astronauts have played their part in making this exhibition very special because they have donated personal gifts from their missions.
DRA - All-Bert
All-Bert
international-space-station
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The main focus of what is a unique exhibition in Germany is

to demonstrate to the general public the benefits of pursuing research projects in space. Starting with a brief historical summary of developments in astronomy, the discoveries made as a result and man’s desire to leave his home planet, the exhibition documents the first experimental flights and rockets. The exhibition covers a wide spectrum encompassing the initial man-made satellites orbiting round the earth, the first Soviets and Americans in space, the moon landing programme, satellites and probes, either close to planet earth or travelling to distant galaxies, and the space stations from the early days to the new International Space Station.
astronaut
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The section of the exhibition that deals with manned space flight

mainly documents flights by German astronauts and cosmonauts. Particular emphasis is given to the flight made by the first German cosmonaut, Dr. Sigmund Jähn, who comes from Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz.

Visitors can not only see original space suits and research equipment, but also many interesting exhibits, which provide information about everyday life in a weightless world and how some results obtained during space flights are used in the fields of medicine, biology, industry and daily life.
atom
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The section of the exhibition dealing with unmanned space travel

is largely devoted to the broad range of satellite systems close to planet earth. This ranges from communications satellites that have become an integral part of modern life to weather satellites and even environmental and special research satellites. Thanks to the support from national and international space administrations and research institutes, visitors obtain some impressive information about the latest findings from remote sensing and environment monitoring satellites and how they are used to carry out research in the fields of meteorology, cartography, oceanology, communications and ecology.
landing-space-capsule
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The exhibition also provides many opportunities for visitors to expand their knowledge, discover new facts and experience what space travel is all about…

A glimpse of life in very cramped quarters is a very special experience.

The training module for the base unit of the MIR space station provides a vivid impression of life aboard. Many European space travellers completed the first stage of their training in this module.

Admission

Adults

7.00 €

children

up to 6 years free entry
free entry

reduce

4.00 €
Children 6 - 16
Student
Disabled people

Family ticket

19.00 €
parents + 2 own children
and more up to 16 years
or
grandparents
with grandchildren

Group
from 10 persons

Adults
6.50 €
Children / Students
3.50€
Führungen

Guided tours

for groups of 15 or more
and for registration!
Adults
50.00€
Children
15.00€
Prices per tour plus admission

Audioguide

english
english
free
plus admission
SMUL_LO_EPLR

exhibition guide

english
english
2.00 €
Prices without postage
and admission

Holidays open

• Neujahr
• Karfreitag
• Ostern - Ostermontag
• 1.5. Tag der Arbeit
• Christi Himmelfahrt
• Pfingsten - Pfingstmontag
• Tag der Deutschen Einheit
• Reformationstag
• Buß- und Bettag

Closed on

24. - 25.12. / 01.01.

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DRA - All-Bert - by the way

German space travellers normally take something from Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz on their missions with them.
Reinhold Ewald ensured that fir and beech seeds would fly through the space station.

DRA - Fichten- und Buchensamen
Spruce and beech seeds from the local forests
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Dr.-Sigmund-Jähn-Str. 4
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