There may be fewer experts than astronauts on the topic of living and working in insolation. For more than 60 years, astronauts have been operating in small spaces and far away from their loved ones. As citizens of the United States and many other countries stay at home to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we wanted to take a look at how astronauts are quarantined, isolated and even sometimes lonely for the sake of science and exploration.[Read more…]
It’s been almost half a century since Apollo 11 brought the first human beings from Central Florida to the the surface of the moon, and Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will honor that stellar achievement’s 50th anniversary this July with special events and celebrations.[Read more…]
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s mission to the moon, as well as the return of human space travel to the Space Coast, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is adding a universe of new changes and enhancements in 2019.
The annual “Holidays in Space” event is back at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex this December, with an all-new kinetic light show and holiday décor.