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Founded in 1907, the Science Museum of Minnesota is focused on teaching museum goers about technology, natural history, physical science and math. It makes sense that it opened its doors to FPV pilot Carp3x6 and his friends so they could take in the space with their Tiny Whoops; FPV drones are a new form of technology after all. Getting an up close look at some of the massive displays, including a three-story high astronaut suit, Carp3x6 definitely made the most of his time while he had the usually busy museum all to himself.
Description: Last week I had the privilege of capturing footage at The Science Museum of Minnesota! The visit was intended to capture footage for Drone Day at the museum. It was an amazing experience! We had the whole museum to ourselves! Unfortunately, I spent so much time diving the giant astronaut that I ran out of time to fly the impressive dinosaur exhibit. Maybe they'll let us come back to fly again some time. Drone Day is June 1st! Featuring drone flying for beginners and around 40 drone involved companies sharing everything they can to inform you of the science behind these amazing machines. There is also a good chance to have the opportunity to watch an actual drone race live in the museum! Mark your calendars! This event will not be one to miss!!