In our fast-paced world, it’s easy to get lost in the moment or to be distracted by the endless news cycle. Take a step back and gain some perspective with our Pro Collection, that allows you to explore our past achievements – landing on the moon more than fifty years ago, to explore our present Earth and how it’s changed over the years, and to discover the planet that may possibly be host to a future human colony: Mars.
This past July, NASA and the world celebrated the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, accomplished by the historic Apollo 11 Moon Mission. Following World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union engaged in a ‘space race’ which stemmed from a missle-based arms race that turned into a competition to be the first to achieve spaceflight and launch artificial satellites. Of course, the race peaked with the historic Apollo 11 landing on July 20th, 1969, armed by astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.
Tranquility Base – the landing spot of Apollo mission on AstroReality LUANR Model.With the LUNAR Pro, you can go back into the past and see the moon with the world’s most accurate and precisely made model. Paired with our augmented reality, you can see the Moon’s Sea of Tranquility and retrace the steps of the first men to walk on the moon. The magnitude of human achievement is astounding, and with this in mind, it’s an incredible foundation to achieve anything.
Now more than ever, a thorough appreciation of our planet earth that we call our home is necessary, especially in a time where climate change is threatening our very existence. In order to understand our present situation, the interactive EARTH globe paired with augmented reality can bring migrational movements and climate patterns to life, right at your fingertips.
Ever since (and likely even before) the popular David Bowie song of 1971, Is There Life On Mars?, the question of whether or not there is life on Mars has been occupying the public consciousness. Mars is cold and dry, and Europe’s Mars Express orbiter suggests the possibility of a big lake may lurk beneath the Red Planet’s south pole. Next summer, NASA’s 2020 Mars rover is set to comb the Red Planet for signs of life, as will the European-Russian ExoMars rover. Elon Musk and his company SpaceX plans a crewed mission in 2024 to Mars, with the objective of laying the groundwork for a Mars base from which they “can build a thriving city and eventually a self-sustaining civilization on Mars.”
Don’t want to wait? You can explore the planet that will potentially host a future human colony in your own hands with our beautiful MARS Pro.
The primary goal when developing each Pro model has been to create the ultimate hands-on experience. Empowering users by engaging multiple sensory inputs vital for a complete experience – tactile, visual, and audio.