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Did you get your ticket to the Earthrise 50th Anniversary Celebration event happening this Friday, Dec. 21? For a limited time, use the promo code EARTHRISE10 for 10 percent off! Learn more here:
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Donuts are always a good choice for launch day! πŸš€
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Please note: The former entrance to the visitor complex is now for crewmembers and deliveries only.
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NASA Commercial Crew 4h
Today is the last day to apply to attend a to view 's Demo-1, uncrewed test flight. You can tour , take pics of the rocket at Launch Complex 39A and see the spacecraft launch.
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EARTH2068 19h
This will be EPIC! Special guest Apollo 15 astronaut Al Worden will tell of his own flight to the Moon and introduce a short film about Apollo 8 with its astronauts sharing memories of their mission. Dec 21 Your ticket:
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Traffic Alert 🚨 Starting today, Dec. 17, you’ll be able to drive underneath our recreation of NASA's crawler-transporter at our new entrance and parking plaza! Our new entrance is easy to access and located right on Space Commerce Way. Learn more here:
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Did you know that we have an app? Download the Kennedy Space Center Official Guide to start your journey! Learn more here:
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NASA Social 22h
ONE DAY LEFT! Apply to attend a event in Jan. where you can: πŸ‘€ View 's uncrewed test flight for πŸ“· Tour πŸš€ Take pics of the rocket on the launch pad πŸ”₯ See spacecraft launch Info:
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We will open at 7:00 a.m. and will close at 6:00 p.m. All exhibits, shows, etc. will open at 9:00 a.m. and will close as normally scheduled for the day at 6:00 p.m.
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Update: All tickets for Tuesday’s launch are sold out. πŸš€
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NASA Sun & Space Dec 16
It's ! β˜€οΈ This new view of the Sun's corona β€” a dynamic part of the solar atmosphere β€” was captured by when it was just 16.9 million miles from the Sun, much closer than any spacecraft has ever gone before.
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Leland Melvin Dec 16
Come join us on December 21st at Going to be a blast. πŸš€πŸ™πŸΎπŸŒ
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EARTH2068 Dec 16
An epic night! Join 4 + 1 astronauts (special guest!) to celebrate 50 years of Earthrise. Videos, VR experience, art + music at Food, drinks + party below space shuttle Atlantis. Code EARTHRISE10 for 10% off all tix! on Dec 21
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Dec 16
This Friday, join The Constellation Team and Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the famous Earthrise photo from Apollo 8. During, astronauts will share their experiences of seeing Earth from space. Learn more here:
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NASA Sun & Space Dec 15
Voyager 2 has left the heliosphere! Celebrate humanity's second interstellar ambassador with downloadable posters:
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NASA's Exploration Ground Systems Dec 15
πŸš€ Our launch team, led by Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson, successfully completed 1st test of a sim T-0 launch countdown yesterday. Testing validates team’s capability to perform countdown sim & practice responding to problems.
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NASA Sun & Space Dec 15
Our Solar Dynamics Observatory watched this active region develop into a display of dynamic activity on Dec. 6-7. Active regions are areas of intense and complex magnetic fields on the Sun that are often associated with solar eruptions.
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NASA Dec 15
What happens when returns back to Earth after traveling thousands of miles into deep space? Splashdown. Our engineers are testing the airbags to ensure they deploy & keep the spacecraft upright when it splashes into the ocean. Dive in:
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Dec 15
Imagine hearing about life in space from someone who has been there. At Lunch With An Astronaut, you have the chance to meet an astronaut and enjoy a chef-prepared buffet lunch. Best part? You can take an astronaut selfie afterwards!
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Dec 15
Heads up! ⚠️ Starting on Monday, Dec. 17, you'll be able to drive underneath our recreation of NASA's crawler-transporter at our new entrance and parking plaza! Our new entrance is easy to access and located right on Space Commerce Way. Learn more here:
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