• NASA's special exhibit will be held in Taiwan in May 2016.

NASA's special exhibit will be held in Taiwan in May 2016. (Photo : NASA)

Come May 2016, "The NASA - A Human Adventure" exhibition will be held in Taiwan, a local event organizer revealed on Tuesday, with the event bringing 300 space objects used in the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs.

The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration has been staging the exhibit since 2012 in different countries, including Spain, Japan, Thailand, Sweden, Turkey and the Netherlands.

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It was recently planned to be shown in South Korean from Dec. 5, 2015 to Feb. 14, 2016.

Taiwan will be the eighth stop of the NASA exhibition and will be the fourth in Asia. It is expected to be held from May 30 to Sept. 30, 2016 at the Taipei Nangnang Exhibition Hall, Jades Integrate, the organizers of the Taiwan leg, stated.

The exhibit will include fight controllers as well as lunar and rocket rovers used during the historic Apollo moon landing missions, the firm added.

Moreover, the spectators can also get their hands on astronaut suits, stimulated sleeping compartments, food for the missions (like hamburger buns, Italian mixed vegetables and compressed cracker cubes) and equipment used in taking baths.

The company shared that among the most remarkable items are diaper products used by astronauts in space. The superabsorbent adult diapers can hold up to 946 grams of liquid.

The firm added that Taiwan had contributed greatly to NASA's space program, citing its National Space Organization's technological cooperation with NASA. Nonetheless, the company divulged that the scope of this venture has not been popular because of complex, global political factors.

A special exhibition will also be held to commemorate the island's technological contributions to the international space community. It will be part of the NASA exhibition.