Take a look at some of the many different materials
that OCSS can bring out to the public. We can adapt our display
to fit any need and venue, as well as any theme or education
(Left) Director Ron Howard (left) and actor Tom Hanks
(Jim Lovell) check out the OCSS display at the IMAX premier of
"Apollo 13." Howard commented about the display after the event:
"That was really something. I didn't know those models existed.
Tom and I were really admiring that. That's great stuff.
Beautiful." (Right) The public gathers around the OCSS
display case in the lobby of the theaters at Universal Studios,
Hollywood, for the IMAX premier of "Apollo 13."
(Left) Part of our OCSS display used at the lecture
and book signing event for Apollo 7 astronaut Walt Cunningham.
(Right) One example of our OCSS display walls, this time
set up at the Discovery Science Center.
(Left) Another example of people enjoying our display
walls, this time at the Orange County Performing Arts Center.
(Right) OCSS Secretary Jeff Howe explains the workings of
the Saturn V rocket to an eager guest at Discovery Science
Center's "Mars Mania" event in January 2004.
(Left) Another child plays with the Mars Pathfinder
rover that is a staple of our display. Also seen is a Saturn V
model, several of the Code 3 displays, and a panoramic photo of
Mars. (Right) NASA Educator Don Scott and OCSS President
Larry Evans presented programs at Valley Christian School on
March 13, 2003. The presentations were part of NASA Family Night
at the school of teacher and member Pam Leestma. In this photo,
students look through a microscope at lunar samples brought back
by Apollo astronauts.
Here are two displays we did at the Rancho Santa Margarita
Library. On the left is our Centennial of Flight display that
ran from November 2003 through January 2004. On the right is a
general space display that ran during March 2003.