We inaugurate a new exhibition of 1:50 scale rockets, a fascinating collection created by SpaceRobotics.EU. The exhibition showcases detailed models of some of the most iconic rockets in the history of space exploration.

Each model has been meticulously crafted to capture the distinctive details of the original rockets so that visitors can not only compare their sizes but also closely explore the evolution of space technology over the decades and appreciate the engineering behind these powerful vehicles. Visitors can examine in detail the some rockets phases or the various engines required to propel them into space.

1:50 scale models at Astronauta LiLi’s studio.

Among these precise replicas, attendees will have the opportunity to marvel at rockets such as the Miura 1 and Miura 5 from the Spanish company PLD Space, SpaceX‘s Falcon Heavy, Falcon 1 and Falcon 9, Vega-C, Ariane 5 and Ariane 6 from the European Space Agency (ESA), or the Russian Soyuz launcher. The iconic Saturn V is also included, the largest rocket of the 20th century, which successfully transported humans to the Moon multiple times during the Apollo missions. The Starship spacecraft and the Super Heavy rocket will captivate visitors due to their large size and their role in the present and future of space exploration, emphasizing reusability and serving as vital components for upcoming space missions, such as the Artemis mission to return to the Moon in the next decade.

1:50 scale rocket exhibition at the Lunar Museum of Fresnedillas de la Oliva.

The rockets had been previously showcased at Expoastronomica on March 12, 2023, and at ESAC during the summer camps in July of the same year, as part of unique experiences where Astronaut LiLi conducts various STEAM activities integrated into her educational project, Viaje Interplanetario. Now, finally, they can be permanently found on display at the Lunar Museum of Fresnedillas de la Oliva.

1:50 scale rocket exhibition at Expoastronomica.

Furthermore, space enthusiasts can acquire their own scale replicas of these rockets on the Space Shop website, providing them with the opportunity to take home a piece of space exploration history. The option to create custom rockets at different scales and with various design choices, including the addition of logos, lights, and engines, is also available. This initiative allows individuals to obtain a unique piece in the realm of space conquest.

Scale models of rockets available on the Space Shop website.

The exhibition is now open to the public, offering visitors a unique experience to delve into the history and future of space exploration. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to explore the cosmos!

Merlin and Raptor engines from the scale rocket exhibition at the Lunar Museum.