‘Launch and a Movie’ is back at Kennedy Space Center

by Attractions Magazine Staff

The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is offering another opportunity to watch a drive-in movie and an out-of-this-world SpaceX launch viewing experience.

Kennedy Space Center Launch and a Movie
Image courtesy of Kennedy Space Center

On Nov. 5, 2020, guests will view the launch of SpaceX’s GPS III SV04 followed by a showing of the short film, “Hubble,” all under the stars (and from the safety and comfort of their vehicles).

“Hubble,” a 2010 IMAX documentary, captures the 2009 mission of the Space Shuttle Atlantis crew to make repairs and upgrades to the Hubble Space Telescope 350 miles above the Earth. An IMAX camera operated by the shuttle astronauts was able to record incredible footage of the intricate spacewalks required to make those repairs.

Following are important details for “Launch and a Movie” at the Kennedy Space Center:

  • “Launch and a Movie” entry is $50 per vehicle (RVs are welcome). Click here to purchase tickets.
  • Parking opens at 5 p.m., and “Hubble” will begin following the launch.
  • This launch is rescheduled from Oct. 2, 2020. Tickets purchased for the original date are still valid.
  • Guests may pre-purchase a meal deal that includes a foot-long hot dog, candy, chips, and a non-alcoholic beverage for $10.
  • Meal Deal tickets from the Oct. 2 launch attempt are not redeemable for this launch attempt and were considered used on Oct. 2, 2020.

Although the launch date is currently scheduled for Nov. 5, in the event of a delay or scrub before arrival time, tickets will be valid for the next launch attempt. In the event of a scrub or postponement after the arrival time, the ticket will be considered used in full.

Click here for additional information.

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1 comment

Roadkill November 8, 2020 - 10:09 pm

“Those who bought meal deals on Oct 2 will be considered used. If the event on Nov 5 is canceled after arrival time, you will not receive a refund or raincheck.” Taking money from people without providing goods or services promised in return is called extortion.


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