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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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Was just there Saturday. 200+ bucks to get in. WTF
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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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+NASA's Kennedy Space Center kicked off their Innovation Expo on Center today. Tomorrow and Saturday, Oct. 16 and 17, they are bringing the Expo to the Visitor Complex and it is open to guests. Robonaut, scientists, commercial space partners and Nicole Stott are all going to be there. http://bit.ly/1OGDt4P
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awesome ride at epcot. except for that gary sinsie hairpiece.....
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It is all fine until it spills. See https://youtu.be/98lR4Ig3vkQ on what happens then.
 
Have you had your java this morning? Learn how astronauts aboard the International Space Station enjoy coffee in space. Happy #NationalCoffeeDay! 
Advances in the understanding of how fluids behave in low gravity is a key to an excellent cup of coffee in space.
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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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Yes indeed!
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It's amazing place...
I hope come back soon...

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It's been 30 years since her first flight. and Atlantis served well. She escaped dangerous situations, deployed Galileo, carried the crew on the final servicing mission of the Hubble Space Telescope and flew the final flight in a spectacular program. Great job Atlantis! Here's the story of her final launch. #ShuttleAtlantis   #30YearsAtlantis   #NASA   #SpaceShuttle  
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Another incredible memory from space shuttle Atlantis' illustrious career! This one showed that she is one tough spacecraft.#30YearsAtlantis Come celebrate the 30th anniversary of Atlantis' first flight October 3. http://bit.ly/1KxNvme
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The epicenter of humankind’s greatest adventures, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is your launch pad to experiencing and exploring the NASA Story – past, present and future – through interactive attractions including Space Shuttle AtlantisSM, Shuttle Launch Experience® and the Apollo/Saturn V Center, as well as behind-the-scenes tours of working spaceflight areas, daily interactions with veteran astronauts, rocket launches, 3D/IMAX® space films and more.

More interactive than a museum, more inspirational than a science center, and more authentic and educational than a theme park, KSCVC is a destination like no place else on Earth, a must-add to every Central Florida vacation itinerary.
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Showcase for a NASA shuttle launch simulation, rockets, tours, IMAX films & astronaut memorabilia.- Google
"The space shuttle simulator is pretty cool too."
"Make sure to see the Saturn V rocket, the size of it's amazing to see close up."
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Justin Trimbull
a month ago
AWFUL! Not one good thing about this place. Overpriced, filled with stinky people, no organization, kids that will drive you insane, workers could care less. They let everyone sit anywhere on the bus, so if you're disabled or elderly, have fun sitting in the back because the young fresh legs run right to the front. The exhibit that has moon rocks and suites had practically every light out and you can't see anything. I beg you, don't come here. I love science as much as the next person if not more, but honestly, just staring up at the sky at night is more beneficial. If it were in any other state I'd say go for it , but the Florida trashy hillbilly Neanderthals don't help.
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Marvin Hatcher
a month ago
My wife and I visited Kennedy Space Center today and we were very disappointed. They didn't have enough busses operating and the lines to board them were very long. 90% of the staff were very unfriendly. The $50.00 entry is WAYYYYY out of line and on top of that they charge $10.00 for parking. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY visiting Kennedy Space Center Complex. We entered the IMAX Theatre near the end of the day to watch the last showing of "Journey to Space", guess what? The IMAX movie sound did not work. Someone went to get an employee to tell them what was going on. The employee stuck her head through the door and told everyone they could come back another time to see the movie. IT WAS THE LAST SHOWING OF THE DAY and the complex was about to close. No employee even said they were sorry, they didn't even turn the lights on and most patrons in the theatre had to stumble there way out in the dark.
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Izabela Melon
2 weeks ago
You need a day minimum. Lots of lining up between attractions, but well worth the trip. If you see staff giving talks near exhibits, listen in, they know their stuff! TIP: If you take the bus to the Saturn V site, sit on the side opposite of the driver, otherwise you don't see much!
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Emma Cline
a month ago
Really cool! Not a lot to do in terms of variety but a lot of depth in what is provided. Seeing Atlantis and Saturn V are a must! So massive and complex. The presentations of both are thrilling and definitely worth it! Only disappointment is that there are as many shops/cafes as there are exhibits. Kind of takes you out of the discovery mentality and reminds you that it's really touristy.
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Raju Sunny
2 weeks ago
Yes, its touristy. But thats not the point. There is so much informative stuff around here. Especially for kids. Do check out if an astronaut is in the facility that day.
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Jen Vargas
a month ago
KSC Visitor Complex has changed so much over the years! It's also one of the only places in the world to house an actual decommissioned orbiter, Atlantis! Space Shuttle Atlantis' permanent home as well as the Forever Remembered exhibition are MUST DOs. So beautifully poignant and well done!
Vin Dischiavi
a month ago
First off its not a theme park. If your kids are interested in science, technology and history they will enjoy it. Amazing things to see.
Ajahlique James
a month ago
Awful experience!!!! Very unorganized , no attractions, VERRRYYYY over priced! My boys were very disappointed with the whole trip, I thought it would be a very educational venture for them.... They were not impressed at all. Do better Kennedy space center!!!!