Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex launched Sci-Fi Summer: "Where Science Fiction Meets Science Fact" on June 11, 2011, a celebration of the last 50 years of human spaceflight and science fiction during this limited-time exhibition. Sci-Fi Summer blended the technology, innovation and exploration of NASA with the adventures of Star Trek, one of the most popular science fiction television programs worldwide.
Sci-Fi Summer, sponsored by TripAlertz.com, XCOR Aerospace and Mad Science®, featured STAR TREK®: THE EXHIBITION, STAR TREKTM LIVE, Star Trek Shuttlecraft Simulator Adventure, exhibits and more than $300,000 in prizes given away from June 11 through September 5 including two trips to space! Guests visiting during Sci-Fi Summer, were able to pick up their Mission Log upon entering, and be invited to participate in the "Mission to Win" where they searched throughout the Visitor Complex in a quest to find answers to questions covering the last 50 years of U.S. manned space flight and Star Trek, one of the greatest science fiction franchises in U.S. history. B9, known as the “Robot” from the 1965 television series “Lost in Space” and Max Q, a talking robot who introduces guests to groundbreaking achievements of robots in the exploration of the universe also appeared at Sci-Fi Summer.
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