Fun Facts about the Kennedy Space Center
Talking about space makes us think of space!
Have you ever been to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida?
If not, you should consider taking a trip. Here are a few quick fun facts about this wonderful place.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower founded the NASA space center in 1958 and the NASA launch center in 1962. Later the name was changed to honor President Kennedy who set the path for Americans to be the first on the moon. Every manned mission has departed from this space center. This space station had the launching of the Hubble Space Telescope, the Mars Rover project, and the first spacecraft to visit Pluto. The John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida is the primary functioning NASA base of operations, where rockets are launched and monitored post-launch. The Kennedy Space Center is the only working space shuttle site in the United States.
ADMISSION – $57 ADULT $47 CHILD
HOURS – 8AM – 6PM
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Space Commerce Way, Merritt Island, FL 32953
*Be sure to check if the center is open before heading over.
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