This is a very small museum of sorts, but it has several hands-on displays and activities. Much of it is devoted to Ellison Onizuka (which you would expect), and the Challenger crew who all were lost in the Jan. 28, 1986, launch explosion. As an enthusiast of the Space Shuttle Program, and especially the Challenger mission with the Teacher In Space, I enjoyed seeing this center. I didn't know much about the early life of Onizuka other than he was Hawaii's first astronaut.
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