An interactive exhibit group, 3-2-1 Blast, transports visitors through the fluid world of aerodynamics as it explores the innate curiosity and compulsion that drives humans to explore the unknown. 3-2-1 Blast allows visitors to investigate moving air and its interaction with objects in motion while discovering how aircraft design, center of gravity and forces of flight affect stability. While exploring the laws of physics, visitors break the boundaries of our atmosphere as they dock with the International Space Station using specialized simulators contained within the exhibit. Visitors’ time management and navigational skills are also tested as they are tasked with locating a missing Martian rover before a dust storm terminates the mission.

At Science Museum Oklahoma