The newly renovated Henry Crown Space Center presents the latest in space exploration and what it has taught us about our universe.

A new exhibit within the Space Center features the SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft, a flight-proven vehicle that played a pivotal role in two missions, CRS-12 (2017) and CRS-17 (2019), delivering cargo and scientific experiments to the International Space Station (ISS). The spacecraft's new exhibition highlights its journey and SpaceX's pioneering legacy.

In addition to the Space Center's most iconic artifacts, such as the Apollo 8 Command Module and the Mercury Aurora 7 Capsule, the exhibit features new artifacts, such as a prototype garment and biofeedback belt worn by Mae Jemison, the first American woman of color in space and a Chicago native.