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The Titan II rocket for the Gemini program

Astronaut Tom Jones remembers the first rocket he ever saw, the Titan II. Read how this Gemini-era rocket inspired him to seek a career as an astronaut, and how you can see one of these rockets up close at the visitor complex.


ATX Launch Mission

Kennedy Space Center is world-famous for launching rockets and sending humans into space. Now you can be a part of a simulation of launching and being launched in a rocket as part of the all new Astronaut Training Experience®.


Remembering Columbia

This year, we honor the 15th anniversary of the loss of Columbia and her crew. Remember all who lost their lives in the pursuit of discovery during NASA's Day of Remembrance. 


Moon Tree at Kennedy Space Center

What exactly is a Moon Tree? As we commemorate the loss of our own Moon Tree after Hurricane Irma, learn about the trees grown from the seeds that traveled in lunar orbit.

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Historic Rocket Garden

Learn about the history of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, celebrating 50 years of sharing the NASA story in 2017.

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