Posted on Saturday, November 19th, 2016 by Toby Sanders
Obviously humans can’t get close enough to the sun to study it, so that why we build spacecrafts to do it for us. Follow along one spacecrafts journey with A Space Craft For All: ISEE-3’s Journey.
Throughout the history of the space program, lots of spacecrafts have been launched. But not all of them end of being a turning point and redefining space flight. A Space Craft For All: ISEE-3’s Journey takes us on a journey of how one spacecraft changed the game. The ISEE-3 was launched to the sun in 1978, and now it’s on a new mission to become the citizen’s first spacecraft with data accessible for everyone. A Space Craft For All: ISEE-3’s Journey follows the ISEE-3 since its’ launch in 1978 through an interactive documentary combining film and 3D graphics. Through the timeline, participate in interactive experiences to better understand the journey. There is even an option to follow the craft in real time and see the its actual position. The ISEE-3 has been on a multi-decade journey, so follow along with A Space Craft For All: ISEE-3’s Journey.