On 6th August 2013, the Curiosity rover successfully landed on the planet Mars after 8 months of travelling through space.
Since then, we have been gathering new information every day, thus adding to our knowledge of this legendary planet.
What do we have in common with Mars? Could the planet be home to life forms? How does the Curiosity rover work?
Taking us on a journey through unprecedented experiments and life-size models, the Explore Mars exhibition invites members of the public on a fun, friendly and educational trip to Mars.
In order to explore the planet Mars, scientists designed incredible robotic vehicles capable of adapting to the most extreme of conditions. Rovers act as roaming laboratories tasked with analyzing the Martian environment.
Welcome to the fascinating world of full-scale Martian Rovers!
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Past and Future Venues
2014, 7 months, Planétarium (Vaulx-en-Velin)
2014, 3 months, L'Arche des Métiers (Valence - France)
2015, 1 year, Cap Sciences (Bordeaux)
2016, 7 months, Cité des Sciences (Paris)
2016, 1 month, Le Mans
2017, 2 months, Maine Sciences (Le Mans)
2017, 1 month, Saint Médard
2017, 5 months, Museum de Troyes
2018, 1 month, Gonfreville l'Orcher
2018, 1 month, Nantes
2018, 1 month, Caen
2020, 7 months, CCSTI (Laval)
2021, 6 months, La Rotonde (Saint Etienne)