Explora Store Overview
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Item of the month!

NASA MA1 Youth Flight Jacket

NASA MA1 Youth Flight Jacket

The MA-1 style flight jacket was the first military style jacket to cross over onto civilian fashion. Introduced in the mid 1950’s. This flight jacket includes an embroidered world famous NASA "Meatball" patch on the left chest, the historic United States Space Command patch on the right chest. The left shoulder has a patriotic United States Flag patch along with a utility pencil pocket with a “Remove Before Flight" zipper pull. The jacket also features a main zipper storm flap closure, knit waistband, cuffs and collar. Jacket shell, interlining, and lining are made of 100% Polyester. Available in youth sizes only.

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A trip through ExploraStore will leave your head spinning with ideas. Mirroring the wondrous exhibits of the California Science Center, the 4,000 square foot store is as enlightening as it is fun to shop.

ExploraStore will dazzle you with its incredible collection of scientific and educational gifts, toys, kits and materials. There's something to fascinate everyone, from young children to educators.

ExploraStore is divided into thematic areas that correspond to the Science Center's major exhibit galleries, so you can take all the learning and fun home with you:

  • World of Life: This area relates to all things biological. It's alive with information and fun!
  • Creative World: Delve into technology, structures, transportation and communication. Think inventive!
  • Air and Space: Here you'll find things that probe the mysteries of outer space. Blast off!
  • Ecosystems: Explore items from habitats like deserts, islands, kelp forests and rocky shores. Take the plunge!

Endeavour Pavilion Store

Endeavour Pavilion Store

Located within the Samuel Oschin Space Shuttle Endeavour Pavilion is an amazing array of Endeavour related merchandise developed to inspire a new generation of explorers.