The final frontier is now the newest exhibit at the George Bush Library and Museum.
The ribbon was cut Friday on the Beyond the Moon exhibit at the presidential library. Former President Bush's museum is partnering with the Lyndon Johnson Library in Austin and the Johnson Space Center in Houston to show the history of NASA, which is marking its 50th anniversary.
At the exhibit here, you can learn about the Apollo missions after the first moon landing, along with the history of the shuttle and the International Space Station.
It will be open through next August.
For more information on the Bush Library, visit their website, which is linked below.
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