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‘Holidays in Space’ at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Delights Guests with New Light Show and ‘Spirit of Exploration’ Presentation
12.19.2015

‘Holidays in Space’ at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Delights Guests with New Light Show and ‘Spirit of Exploration’ Presentation

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Dec. 19, 2015) KENNEDY SPACE CENTER “Holidays in Space,” Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex’s unique high-tech celebration, gives guests an out-of-this-world opportunity to celebrate the holidays with  is bigger and better than ever in its fourth year Dec. 19 through Jan. 3.
Guests Can Enjoy Best Public Viewing of Dramatic Nighttime Atlas V Rocket Launch on Dec. 3 at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
11.17.2015

Guests Can Enjoy Best Public Viewing of Dramatic Nighttime Atlas V Rocket Launch on Dec. 3 at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Nov. 17, 2015) KENNEDY SPACE CENTERKennedy Space Center Visitor Complex guests can experience the stunning sights and powerful sounds of an evening Atlas V rocket launch Thursday, Dec. 3 at 5:55 p.m. ET, with two exclusive launch viewing locations from which to choose.
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12.30.2015
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Holidays in Space at Kennedy Space Center

Looking for something heavenly to do this holiday season?

The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is offering a different kind of Christmas holiday with Holidays in Space, Dec. 19-Jan. 3.

The center’s iconic Rocket Garden will be the site of “Spirit of Exploration,” a stunning presentation of space imagery shown on the side of the 223-foot-long Saturn 1B rocket. The presentation, which takes guests on a journey through NASA’s history and plans for the future, features custom animation blended with historic footage of actual launches and awe-inspiring views of Earth from the International Space Station.
 
 

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