|By JCN Newswire||
|May 26, 2014 12:39 AM EDT||
Two new logo designs are being introduced to commemorate the museum's 20-year anniversary. Both feature "Techno-kun," the museum's mascot character, and the new museum logo adopted in April of last year, accompanied by the words "20th Anniversary." Main logo also celebrates children's blossoming interest in science and technology with the copy line "Toward a thrilling and exciting future" and a new illustration of "Techno-kun" holding a flower.
The anniversary scientific experiments will deal with four themes aimed at elementary school students - low-temperature, vacuum, water pressure, and buoyancy - and will be presented at different times during the day. The low-temperature experiment, which is being presented for the first time at the museum, will demonstrate what happens to flowers and rubber balls when they are dipped into ultra-low-temperature liquid nitrogen. The program also explains about liquid fuel used for rocket engines. Children viewing the experiments will also be able to participate in rock-paper-scissors matches with "Techno-kun" and museum guides.
A special "Mission Lab" event will also be held on the day of the anniversary at the Space Project in the "Trial Square" zone that offers visitors a hands-on 3D design and printing experience involving a futuristic vehicle for mining operations on the lunar surface. In the Mission Lab event, up to 12 visitors will work together as a team to design a DODECATRON mining vehicle that will then be output on a 3D printer in special limited-edition gold or silver colors to commemorate the anniversary. Paper crafting of "Techno-kun" masks and other events will also be held to mark the day.
To celebrate both the museum's anniversary and the anniversary of the opening of Yokohama Port, which is June 2, students of high school age and younger will be admitted to the museum free of charge from May 31 (Sat) through June 2 (Mon).
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Source: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
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