Above are iconic images of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. For images of  Space Shuttle Atlantis®, Rocket Garden, Shuttle Launch Experience, the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, Astronaut Training Experience (ATX), Meeting & Events, launches, and logos please click on the appropriate folders above.
 
 
The Boeing Company announced as the title sponsor of the upcoming attraction Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®
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06.30.2016

The Boeing Company announced as the title sponsor of the upcoming attraction Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®

During the morning ceremony, a ten-foot long silhouette of an X-15 rocket plane was raised to the top of the building. The X-15, which was manufactured by a legacy Boeing company, North American Aviation, flew for nearly a decade, achieving hypersonic speeds and exploring the upper edge of the Earth’s atmosphere. 
Executives sign the support beam for the new Heroes & Legends attraction featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® at the visitor complex.
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06.30.2016

Executives sign the support beam for the new Heroes & Legends attraction featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® at the visitor complex.

In a ceremony today The Boeing Company was announced as the title sponsor of the new attraction. Pictured L-R: Therrin Protze, chief operating officer, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex; John Elbon, vice president & general manager of Space Exploration, The Boeing Company; Robert Cabana, director, John F. Kennedy Space Center.
Brian Duffy Medal
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05.14.2016

Brian Duffy Medal

Brian Duffy with Medal
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Scott Parazynski Medal
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Therrin Protze, Brevard Sharing Center Executives and Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Employees Pose by Space Shuttle Atlantis
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10.30.2015

Therrin Protze, Brevard Sharing Center Executives and Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Employees Pose by Space Shuttle Atlantis

Therrin Protze presented a check for $5,000 to the Central Brevard Sharing Center on Oct. 29 inside Space Shuttle Atlantis as a kick off for 30 Days of Giving and in honor of the 100th anniversary of Delaware North, who operates the visitor complex on behalf of NASA. The special ceremony involved visitor complex employees who pose along with Protze and the three area sharing center executives in the photo. 

(left to right) Dave Brubaker, president and ceo of Central Brevard Sharing Center; Therrin Protze, coo of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex; Joe Robinson, executive director of North Brevard Charities Sharing Center; John Autry, executive director of South Brevard Sharing Center.