Space Shuttle Launch in Florida
Kennedy Space Shuttle
Space shuttle Atlantis lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Fla. Atlantis' 12-day mission will deliver a Russian built storage and docking module to the International Space Station.
Spectators watch from the Rotary Riverfront Park pier as Space Shuttle Endeavour launches from Kennedy Space Center in Titusville, Fla.
( Aug. 8, 2007)
Spend a day at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and walk in the footsteps of the astronauts of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Spectators watch from the Rotary Riverfront Park pier as Space Shuttle Endeavour launches from Kennedy Space Center in Titusville, Fla. The mission, transporting parts for the International Space Station and carrying educator astronaut Barbara Morgan, is the first flight for Endeavour since December 2002.
(Aug. 8, 2007)
U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame's Science On a Sphere, at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Titusville, takes visitors on a three-dimensional journey around the world and throughout the solar system via dynamic, animated images of the atmosphere, oceans and planets.
Visitors exit NASA's Shuttle Launch Experience at the Visitor Complex at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. It was developed over three years with the help of astronauts, test pilots and NASA experts, the $60 million ride is designed to give visitors at Florida's seashore space facility a sense of what a real shuttle launch feels like.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is home to the only back-to-back 3D IMAX theaters in the world, showcasing two large-format motion pictures on five-and-a-half story tall screens.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers a variety of Education Programs including Overnight Adventures, educational field trips, Salute to Scouts and Homeschoolers Day.