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Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center  MELBOURNE  The definitive place to visit for an exciting education in America's legendary space program, the Kennedy Space Center offers a glimpse into the working environment of a real space exploration facility. Tours and exhibits of historical space events and state of the art 3D IMAX theaters bring you face to face with missions of the past, present and future. The Visitor's Center, Apollo/Saturn V moon mission items, Launch Complex 39, the International Space Station Center and great views of launch areas combine to make Kennedy Space Center worth adding to your must-see list.

NASA Programs  Within every building and around every corner at Kennedy Space Center, there is a story to tell about the days of early space exploration. The Mercury Program saw the selection of America's first Astronauts, as well as the first manned spacecraft to orbit Earth. During Project Gemini, Astronauts walked and worked in space. And the legendary Apollo Program eventually put 12 Americans on the moon. Currently, Space Shuttles are transporting pieces of the International Space Station to be assembled 200 miles above earth.

Launch Programs  Kennedy Space Center is America's busiest launch and landing facility. Here you can witness the entire process, from the extensive preparation work, to an earth-shaking launch, to a breathtaking landing. There are three orbiters in the NASA Space Shuttle fleet - Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavour. Countless communication and surveillance satellites have been launched from Kennedy Space Center as well. These unmanned launches aboard Atlas, Delta and Titan rockets are a monthly occurrence. In the summer of 2003, NASA again made a giant leap for mankind by launching a rover to the planet Mars.

Legendary Programs  More than a few names have walked through the halls of NASA and into the pages of history. Astronaut John Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth. Astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first human to walk on the moon. And Jim Lovell, the legendary captain of Astronaut Apollo 13. At the Astronaut Hall of Fame, visitors can delve into the lives of these great explorers, and many others.


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