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Our magnificent planet is ready for its close-up 📸, & on , April 22, we’re calling on YOU! Help us celebrate by uploading a photo of your favorite natural features using . Learn how your pictures could be featured in future projects:
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Won’t you take a stroll with us down this 363-foot Saturn V rocket? 🌙🚀
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 20
Space shuttle Atlantis is rotated 43.21 degrees with the payload doors open and Canadarm extended, just as astronauts have seen her in space. Have you seen this orbiter yet? ✨
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 19
Replying to @Jonathan_IFLO
See you for liftoff! 🚀
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 19
For suggestions regarding Orlando transportation options, please call the reservation office at 1.866.737.5235. and offer bus tours from Orlando only. 🚀
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ThemeParkHipster Apr 19
💫I had the opportunity to partner up with and discover the unique history of the space program. 🚀Here’s my top tip: ✨Plan on visiting for six to eight hours as there is so much to see and do during your day of space! .
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 19
Hey Gary! As long as your ticket has a barcode, you'll be able to scan it at the Front Gate. See you soon! 🚀
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 19
Replying to @mayen120 @elonmusk
Great photo, Maria! 🚀
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 19
Interested in taking your Scouts group to Visitor Complex? Join us for programs with hands-on learning activities, or for a day or night of activities that are out-of-this-world! For information and reservations, call 855-433-4210.
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 19
Replying to @Karl__Reiter
See you soon! 🚀
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NASA Apr 19
The next cargo spacecraft is now scheduled to launch at 4:22am ET on Tuesday, April 30 from Space Launch Complex 40 in Florida. Dragon will deliver science investigations + supplies to the astronauts aboard the orbiting laboratory. Info:
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 19
Launch Update 🚀 NASA and SpaceX are now targeting Tuesday, April 30 at 4:22 a.m. EDT for the mission. If you have a Launch Transportation Ticket, please refer to our website for details regarding your purchase at .
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 18
The countdown is on! This July will mark 50 years since the historic mission launched to the Moon from LC-39 at . Guests will be able to relive the experience & more through a series of events and celebrations. Learn more:
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NASA Apr 18
Oh, the places you’ll go… 🎉! Today is the first anniversary of our planet-hunting mission. Surveying the skies for 1 year, our spacecraft continues on its journey to find the most exciting planets outside our solar system. Celebrate with us:
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 18
Join us in the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® this morning at 10 a.m. to honor Owen Garriott who passed away this week at the age of 88. A veteran of two spaceflights, Garriott spent a total of 70 days in space. Learn more about his life and legacy here:
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 17
Scientist and veteran NASA astronaut Owen Garriott passed away this week at the age of 88. A special ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 18 to honor his life and legacy in the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®. Learn more at .
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NASA Apr 17
JUST FOUND: The 1st type of molecule ever formed in the universe. ⚛️ Scientists using our have located helium hydride in our own galaxy. It is a contributor to the formation of the 1st stars. Unveil our cosmic beginnings:
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Jim Bridenstine Apr 16
Why is targeting the Moon’s South Pole for an astronaut landing site in 2024? 🌑 It is the most thoroughly investigated region on the Moon 💧 It contains water 💡 It has constant light and power More:
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Intl. Space Station Apr 17
How does it feel to get to spend almost a year in space? According to Koch, “it feels awesome!” Koch will continue working in space until February 2020, what she says is a “dream come true.” ✨ Info:
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 17
Replying to @WaywardPlane
Hey ! After the launch, guests will be transported back to the parking lot. You are welcome to enter the park at our regular opening time of 9 a.m. and explore the visitor complex all day. Hold onto your daily admission ticket for re-entry! 🚀
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