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- Canada Aviation and Space Museum - Ottawa, Ontario (26 May 2016 - 5 September 2016) 
- Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum - New York City (9 July 2016 - 31 October 2016) 
- Telus Spark Science Center - Calgary, Alberta (February 2017 - June 2017) 
The "shuttle crash" in Ottawa, Canada, was a publicity stunt created by the ad agency Acart Communications to promote the world premiere of Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.
Unveiled in April 2016, the campaign began with an unbranded video of a "UFO crash" near the museum. This was picked up on Reddit and by local TV media, the latter were in collusion with the campaign. The "crash" was followed by the museum's release of an "intercepted and decoded message" from a Starfleet captain apparently attempting time travel back to Earth.
The publicity stunt is that all content was approved by CBS, however, the name of the Captain is never given, nor is his ship's name.
- StarfleetAcademyTour.com - official site
- Photo Gallery: Intrepid Museum exhibit at TrekCore.com
- Video review of the Intrepd Museum exhibit by TrekMovie.com
- Coming in 2016: The Starfleet Academy Experience
- Are You Ready for The Starfleet Academy Experience?