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Monday, August 10, 2015

A Starship Simulator in a School Bus? It's True! Welcome to the IKS Horizon. The Fleet of Starship Simulators Grows. The Imaginarium.

Hello Troubadours!
The mystery surrounding the location of the new IKS Horizon simulator has been solved. Welcome Horizon to the family of simulators inspired by the great ship Voyager - the mother ship. Congratulations to Gary Gardiner and all our friends at Dream Flight Adventures. Congratulations to our new friends at Explore! Children’s Museum of Washington DC. The IKS Horizon is beautiful and MOBILE.  Now this unique form of experiential education can go places no ship has gone before.  

Mr. Williamson  

IKS Horizon Sighted

Posted on August 8, 2015 by Admiral Starblayze
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But fear not—the secrecy has now ended and the IKS Horizon has been seen flying in our skies in broad daylight!
It doesn’t take long to realize that there’s something different about the Horizon.  It’s unlike any simulator we’ve ever built—it’s mobile!  The IKS Horizon is built inside a retrofitted school bus!
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The IKS Horizon was built for the brand new Explore! Children’s Museum of Washington DC and was designed in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution.  Dubbed the “Explore! Mission Mobile,” the IKS Horizon serves schools, camps, and youth groups throughout the greater DC area.
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Here we see the Explore! Mission Mobile parked on the National Mall.
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Stay tuned for more updates, and be sure to check out the IKS Horizon the next time you’re in Washington DC!  

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