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U.S. Space & Rocket Center
Museum of Space History
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Going on now at the Rocket Center: Einstein's Birthday Celebration! Join us today for games, birthday, and Professor Einstein himself. http://bit.ly/1FYhwbc
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Just one more week to see 101 Inventions that Changed the World!

This incredible exhibit will be here until March 15. http://bit.ly/1vcSeWm
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The U.S. Space and Rocket Center will be CLOSED, Friday, March 6, due to continuing winter weather.

The special showing of “JERUSALEM” has been rescheduled for 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

Employees whose jobs support the camp mission should contact managers.
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Now playing in our National Geographic Theater:

JERUSALEM

This film provides an eye-opening tour of one of the world's oldest and most enigmatic cities.

Buy tickets today at http://tiny.cc/0hyvux
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The U.S. Space and Rocket Center Museum will be CLOSED Thursday, February 26, due to snow.

Employees are not excepted at work unless otherwise notified. (If questions, please contact your supervisor).
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The U.S. Space and Rocket Center Museum will be CLOSED Wednesday, February 25, due to potential snow. 

Employees are not excepted at work unless otherwise notified. (If uncertain, please contact your supervisor).
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Valentine’s Day is around the corner! 

Join us Saturday, February 14 as we partner with Sloss Furnaces for an evening event called Pour Your Heart Out.

Guests will have a chance to carve their own design into a four-inch-square sand and resin mold while the Sloss metal sculptors fill the molds with molten iron from a 75-pound coke-fired furnace. How cool! 

For tickets, visit: http://bit.ly/1ytk52F
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Join us Tuesday, March 10, for our Pass the Torch Lecture Series in the National Geographic Theater.

The topic is: National Weather Service Storm Spotter Training
Learn how to identify and report storms with meteorologists from the National Weather Service in Huntsville.

For times and details, click here: http://bit.ly/1AOxUqa
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It's back! Who's ready for Biergarten?

Starts this Thursday, 4:30 - 7:30 in the Davidson Center for Space Exploration. See you there!
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Hopefully as I get better, I want to start at travelling the US States starting here.😉
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The U.S. Space and Rocket Center will be CLOSED, Thursday, March 5, due to expected winter weather. The special showing of “JERUSALEM” has been rescheduled for 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

Employees whose jobs support the camp mission should contact managers.
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It's back!

Biergarten begins Thursday, March 12!

Join us in the Saturn V hall for authentic German cuisine, beers and delicious wines from the German region! http://bit.ly/1F5Pni4
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The U.S. Space & Rocket Center Museum will remain closed on Friday, February 27, 2014, due to the possibility of refreezing overnight.

Employees are not expected at work unless notified by managers. Normal operations are expected to resume Saturday.
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1 Tranquility Base Huntsville, AL 35805
1 Tranquility BaseUSAlabamaHuntsville35805
(800) 637-7223rocketcenter.com
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Saturn V rocket & other attractions at a space museum with interactive exhibits & artifacts.- Google
"Awesome place with many hands on exhibits though, great for the whole family."
"It sounds like the camp downgraded the quality of their food to save money."
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Amanda Shaw
a week ago
I saw an exhibit about Archimedes and Jewelry fashioned to represent features in Space. Learned a lot, and had some great conversations with guides in the building. I love the spaceship hanging in the Davidson Center. This is also where they hold the Future City competition.
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Armando Sanchez
3 months ago
I've been there before in June and it was amazing! I stayed there for 1 week and made a lot of friend's! I graduated on June 17, 2016. It was awesome and i also got accepted by NASA itself! I am a lucky kid! Out of 45 students in the U.S that are intelligent, I am one of those kids! So AMAZING!!!
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The 3 Holocausts
2 months ago
One of the most fun places in the Huntsville area! While you learn about space and the rockets they also provide rides and moving exhibits everywhere you look! I really love the g-force ride because of the force pulling back on you. Thank you space and rocket center for some of the most fun of my childhood!
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thomas h
3 weeks ago
Extremely fascinating and educational. Make sure to make time to ask actual NASA employees about the SLS and Saturn rockets in the Davidson center, they're wearing the lab coats.
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James McGee
5 months ago
Great place for space history. They always have something interesting to learn about here and are constantly updating their displays. The space shot is a rather fun ride and a must do for any thrill seeker. Also the spinning ride which I believe is called the G Force is interesting as well. I didn't know what to expect for both this rides but really fun and worth the experience. Also inside they have a rock climb which looks like good fun but have never tried it myself. Check this place out.
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Andrew Nugent
2 weeks ago
Nice to for the family, lots to see. Be prepared to walk to see everything, it a large complex. I think I would have liked it better if we had a guided tour.
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Maxime Hadjinlian
in the last week
Awesome place, lots to learn, touch and experience. You can easily spend the whole day in there ! The price is well worth it.
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Debbie Guidi
2 months ago
This was surely a stop of great anticipation. Eye candy for anyone who likes to dive into the history of our worlds exploration of space. Plan on spending the day....plenty of parking....food onsite was good.