Kennedy Space Center brings back ‘Launch and a Movie’

by Susan and Simon Veness

Experience the dazzling imagery of the short film “Journey to Space” and the heart-pounding drama of a live SpaceX rocket launch webcast at Kennedy Space Center, drive-in movie style!

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Load up your friends and family and head over to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on Friday, October 2 for an under-the-stars showing of the center’s IMAX movie, “Journey into Space” narrated by Sir Patrick Stewart, followed by a launch webcast of SpaceX’s GPS III SV04 rocket, all from the comfort of your own car.

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Parking for the event opens at 6:45 p.m., and the movie begins at 8:30 p.m. followed by the live-feed countdown to liftoff, with a targeted launch time between 9:43 and 9:58 p.m..

Meal Deals of individual cheese pizza, candy, and a non-alcoholic beverage can be purchased for $10, and packaged snacks and souvenirs are available for purchase prior to the movie.

Restrooms will be available throughout the event. Take note, visitors must wear a facial covering while outside their vehicle.

Launch and a Movie” admission is $50 per car. In the event of launch scrub or postponement, the admission ticket will be valid for the next launch event.

Tickets and Meal Deals must be purchased in advance on the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex website or by calling 855-737-5235.


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