Space show, Sweden

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Stockholm’s Tekniska Museet, or National Museum of Science & Technology (Museivägen 7, Stockholm; phone +46 8 450 56 00), hosts the world premiere of the international space exhibition “NASA — A Human Adventure” through Nov. 6, 2011.

It includes over 400 original items or replicas related to the exploration of space, including space capsules, engines, space suits, telescopes and satellites.
Ticket allows entry to all museum exhibitions. SEK160 ($25) adult or SEK95 child (7-18). Open 10-6 daily (10-8 Wednesdays).

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Stockholm’s Tekniska Museet, or National Museum of Science & Technology (Museivägen 7, Stockholm; phone +46 8 450 56 00), hosts the world premiere of the international space exhibition “NASA — A Human Adventure” through Nov. 6, 2011.

It includes over 400 original items or replicas related to the exploration of space, including space capsules, engines, space suits, telescopes and satellites.
Ticket allows entry to all museum exhibitions. SEK160 ($25) adult or SEK95 child (7-18). Open 10-6 daily (10-8 Wednesdays).