Space Exploration Rocketry
Are you a youth group wishing to learn more about rocketry and space history? If so, there is no better place to learn it all than at Kennedy Space Center, NASA’s launch headquarters.
This full-day program teaches the purpose of space exploration with discussion covering its history, exciting careers, and the science behind launching rockets. Participants will design collector cards featuring their favorite space pioneer and learn about the different rocket parts as they build and launch their own rocket. Participants also receive admission privileges to enjoy the full Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex experience.
2017 Program Dates:
Sunday, February 5, 2017
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Call 1.855.433.4210 to reserve your space now! Someone will be available to make your reservation from 8am-6pm EST.
This event is open to youth groups or individual scouts or troops.
All participants and chaperones should pack their own lunch, snacks and beverages. Water fountains are available. No food or drink will be sold onsite.
All activities will take place at ATX® Center, located six miles west of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. There is no cost for parking.
Please arrive by 8:30 am to check in your scout or troop. Activities will begin promptly at 9 am.