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Join us for the next SpaceX launch April 8! #KennedySpaceCenter viewing info at the link below:
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Ready for a rocket launch?!

Join us for viewing of the SpaceX Falcon 9 SES-9 launch on February 24, 2016. Special launch viewing/transportation tickets are available in addition to general admission:

https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/events/2016/february/launch-spacex-falcon-9-ses-9.aspx
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Join us for Cosmic Quest in February 2016!
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Want to start the new year by "flying" with an astronaut? January's Fly With An Astronaut program includes tour dates in Spanish and Portugese! Take a group tour of Kennedy Space Center with Brazilian astronaut Marcos Pontes or Mexican astronaut Rodolfo Neri Vela.

Marcos Pontes January 10 (Portugese) or 11 (English)
https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/events/2016/january/event-fly-with-an-astronaut-jan-10-11-2016.aspx

Rodolfo Neri Vela January 17 (Spanish) or 18 (English)
https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/events/2016/january/event-fly-with-an-astronaut-jan-17-18-2016.aspx
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Would you like to fly with an astronaut this December?

Join astronauts Jon McBride or Don Thomas as they guide an exclusive group tour of Kennedy Space Center! Tour includes, photo opportunities, buffet lunch, and keepsake souvenir.

Fly with Jon McBride December 20 & 21: https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/events/2015/december/event-jon-mcbride-dec20-21.aspx

Fly with Don Thomas December 22 - 24: https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/events/2015/december/astro-don-thomas-dec-22-24.aspx
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It's amazing place...
I hope come back soon...

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Does your decor tend to be a little spacey? Then you'll love these planetary travel posters from NASA:
Ten things you need to know about our solar system this week
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The space industry isn't dead. The major renovations to facilities like the KSC Visitor Complex reflects the expansion of the space program and strong interest in its commercial projects.
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Ah, how I miss this place! Keep up the great work, +Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex !
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Happy New Year from Kennedy Space Center!

Start the new year off right with a few words of wisdom from an astronaut's unique perspective in this Tell Me A Story video:
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Are you dashing through the snow this holiday season?

In this Tell Me A Story video, an astronaut confesses to having some winter fun just before a space shuttle mission: 
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Spending the holidays in Florida?

Don’t miss the excitement of Holidays in Space at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex! The Rocket Garden Light Show and the Spirit of Exploration add technological wonder to the season:  https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/events/2015/december/event-holiday-in-space.aspx
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Kennedy Space Center SR 405 Titusville, FL 32899
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Showcase for a NASA shuttle launch simulation, rockets, tours, IMAX films & astronaut memorabilia.- Google
"You can see up close the Saturn V rocket and the Atlantis Space Shuttle!"
"See Amazing Spacecraft and Enjoy a Bus Trip To The Launch Pad Locations ♡♡♡."
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Eric B
a month ago
This place is great for old and young. I had so much fun there I love to go back with my family. You will great first hand look at rocket and new rocket of that are coming to past. your kids will love it for they will get go start about learning science and math. if you planing group tour call Kincaid of Panama City they help you and group get their and back like rocket but safely.
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Marian Hellstrom
2 weeks ago
We absolutely loved our visit to Kennedy Space Center. Everything is well organized, the workers are attentive and efficient. There are a variety of activities in which you can see actual rockets, launch sites, the space shuttle Endeavor and more. They have made the most of an opportunity to both educate and entertain with their guided tours, IMAX theater, space shuttle and rocket displays, food and shopping. We loved the launch simulator which is said to be very much like the real thing. I'd recommend getting advance tickets for any special tours and the entrance. This will save time when you get there and go through the entry and security gate. I'm once again excited about the future of space exploration in America.
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Richard Daines
2 weeks ago
A must see for those who love what NASA does. A great production for the Apollo project and the shuttle, just breathtaking and awesome. The bus tour was more informative and enjoyable then I expected and heartily recommend it. There was more there than I could be in a day, even though the entrance fee is expensive (IMHO), I'll be back to finish off what I didn't see. The Rocket Garden is also spectacular.
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Bruno Coutinho
2 weeks ago
Kennedy Space Center is a modern day museum with a somewhat "amusement park" feel to it. There is much to see and learn about the space program and what it has accomplished throughout the years. Tickets prices revolve around $50, which isn't that bad for a full day's worth of stuff to see. Make sure to take the bus ride to the Apollo/Saturn V center. The bus takes you to some of launchpads that are currently in use by NASA and by SpaceX, and the bus driver is a tour guide that explains everything along the way. Another notable area is the Atlantis building. There are a lot of videogame style simulators for kids or adults to play with and learn, and there is also a launch experience, which is kind of like a ride. I really enjoyed my visit to KSC as there was much to see. I was able to take a glimpse into the lives that astronauts lead, and what kind of challenges that they face while in space. I recommend the Kennedy Space Center to anyone that wants a break from Disney, and is interested in visiting a place that is grounded in the real world and has more substance and content to be absorbed.
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Ashley Roper
a month ago
The Visitor's Complex for Kennedy Space Center is a great day trip for everyone. The Complex is privately owned so there is a hefty admission fee just like any other theme park, but it's definitely worth it. I also recommend adding on bus tour. They recently shortened the free bus tour that you get with admission to include much less so adding something else on will show you a lot more of Kennedy. Don't miss Atlantis. It's the best part of the whole park.
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Garrett Clark
a week ago
This is the BEST place to visit in central Florida. I've grown up here with the space program and seen this visitor center expand and improve over the years. It's now gotten to the point that you can't see everything in one day if you take an extended bus tour, so plan on two days to see it all!
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James Taylor
2 weeks ago
I enjoyed this more than the children - they did enjoy it, but you get more out of it when you already have some of the history. It's not a theme park. It's a grand celebration of past, present and future space exploration and innovation. IMAX is always good, the brief talk amongst the rockets near the entrance (real rockets that were used, not pretend ones for show) added great colour to the space story but I found Bob's bus tour to be great - the detail showed he was a fan and not just an employee. It's 40-45 mins to the Saturn V hanger but was excellent even so. If you're traveling from the typical tourist areas to KSC then take plenty of single dollars and change for the tolls.
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Michael Bishop
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I did some programing privately for weld racing as a kid . Lol sorry for any disruption in space programing . Take care nasa Houston we have a problem. 911 attacks I'm going after them wish me luck . Becareful guys I saw osma bin laden son to close to a space center .