Tour behind the scenes, meet a real astronaut, get vertical on the Shuttle Launch Experience, walk beneath a moon rocket and see 3D IMAX space films.
Launch of space shuttle Atlantis, from the Rocket Garden at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, May 14, 2010.
Space shuttle Discovery lands at Kennedy Space Center at the Shuttle Landing Facility on April 20, 2010. Welcome home, Discovery!
Space shuttle Discovery lands at Kennedy Space Center on April 13, 2010. Welcome home!
Astronaut heroes Fred Haise and Jim Lovell at the 40th Anniversary of Apollo 13 celebration at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on April 10, 2010.
Jim Lovell, Commander of Apollo 13, at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on April 10, 2010, for the 40th anniversary of the mission.
Fred Haise, lunar module pilot, Apollo 13, at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on April 10, 2010. When commenting on the mission, he said, "we needed a lot of Plan Bs."
Astronauts Jim Lovell and Fred Haise at the 40th Anniversary of Apollo 13 at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on April 10, 2010.
Vintage rockets "witness" the launch of space shuttle Discovery on April 5, 2010 at 6:21 a.m. Rocket Garden at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Photo Credit: UPI: Joe Marino / Bill Cantrell
Stunning launch of STS-131 from the NASA Causeway on April 5 at 6:21 am. Go Discovery!
The Solar Dynamics Observatory gets a big lift toward the sun from an Atlas V rocket during launch viewed from Kennedy Space Center.
Launch view of STS-130, space shuttle Endeavour, from the Rocket Garden at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
View of the Rocket Garden last night from Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
Guests gather at the Space Mirror Memorial, KSC Visitor Complex, for NASA's Day of Remembrance.
Three astronauts traveled to the moon and back in this spacecraft, which you can see at Kennedy Space Center.
3..2..1..lift-off! See a full-scale shuttle mock up and ride Shuttle Launch Experience at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida.
The Tranquility Node, at the KSC Space Station Processing Facility, is being prepped for launch on STS-130 in February.
Apollo 17 astronaut Gene Cernan's custom training spacesuit is now on display at Kennedy Space Center.
Shuttles Orbiting the Space Coast on display at the Visitor Complex.Will be auctioned off Oct.8.Visit http://tinyurl.com/ycstreh.
@67Days is Go for Launch...inside the shuttle mock-up during the mission simulation at Astronaut Training Experience at KSC.
Orlando’s 67 Days of Smiles pair, Kyle and Stacey prepare to watch the space shuttle launch at KSC. Follow their experience:http://twitter.com/67days.
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