Significant Science Stops 5: The ILC Dover Museum


What better place to see the space suit then from the ones whom make it?

Welcome yourself to our campus, here on Moonwalker St, to view our very own museum. Please feel free to visit and see how we’ve made history in space and military technology, pharmaceutical protection, fire safety, and lots more.

The museum is designed like a timeline, starting with our humble beginnings and ending with what is being created next. As you walk through the building you’ll feel as if you’re taking a trip through ILC’s memory lane and see how far humanity has been developing. We’ve had quite a journey these last 65 years and love sharing it with other passionate souls.

Below are some of the features of our museum:

Engineered Inflatable for the Military, such as this Radome

Landing the Spirit & Opportunity Rovers on Mars

Aiding in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Safety with Flexible Containment

Manufacturing Lightship Envelopes 

Providing Persistent Surveillance for the Military¬†with the Responsibility of Envelope Design and Manufacture…

…While Designing Protective Masks to Protect Them…

…And The Public

Thank you!

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This is a blog for space fans that have a passion for the growing knowledge and exploration of the great beyond. Sit back, relax, and read up on the latest space innovations.
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