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Come see Space Shuttle Atlantis - Included in general admission

When: March 14 - 16
Robot Rocket Rally℠

Robot Rocket Rally

Explore the riveting world of robots at the Robot Rocket Rally, March 14 - 16. See examples of NASA-developed robots, discover how robotic technology benefits mankind, meet working robots, hear from robotics experts and even operate a robot. Included with daily admission.

The three-day event features a robotic expo with hands-on exhibits and games showcasing the latest in robotic and engineering technology. The study of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is at the heart of Robot Rocket Rally, with exhibitors ranging from middle school robotics clubs to veteran NASA scientists and engineers.

Robot Rocket Rally celebrates NASA’s next big step forward in robotic exploration by supplying robotic legs to Robonaut-2, currently aboard the International Space Station (ISS), with the launch of CRS3, SpaceX’s third resupply mission to the ISS.


Learn from NASA experts during a series of 20-minute, multimedia presentations on Saturday, March 15, and Sunday, March 16, 11:30 am - 2:30 pm.

  • 11:30 am - Dr. Michael Gazarik, Associate Administrator for Space Technology Mission Directorate, NASA
  • 12 Noon - Andrew Petro, Program Executive, Small Spacecraft Technology Program, Space Technology Mission Directorate, NASA
  • 12:30 pm - Robert Ambrose, Principal Investigator, Game Changing Development Program, Space Technology Mission Directorate, NASA

Robot Rocket Rally is sponsored by the Visitor Complex and WFTV Channel 9 and included in daily admission. WFTV Channel 9

LEARN MORE about the robots and team exhibitions.  

Annual Passholder Exclusive Tour

Space Shuttle Atlantis special VIP tour, March 16, 8 am, for annual passholders. Join veteran NASA astronaut Winston Scott as he leads passholders on a tour before the Visitor Complex opens.

Passholders should arrive at the Visitor Complex front gate promptly at 8 am. The VIP tour with space shuttle astronaut Winston Scott begins in Space Shuttle Atlantis at 8:15 am.

If you are considering becoming a passholder to attend this event, please purchase your annual pass online or by calling 866.737.5235 before March 15, 2014.