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Bus Tours at the Kennedy Space Center

Do you find yourself wondering about the bus tours at Kennedy Space Center? Find out exactly what the tour includes and why you can’t miss it during your next visit.


Astronaut Karen Nyberg, Expedition 37 flight engineer, is photographed in front of the windows in the Cupola module .

In honor of the 35th anniversary of President Reagan’s announcement of an upcoming crewed space station, here are some fun facts about the International Space Station as we know it today.

Categories: NASA History, Astronauts

The fun learning doesn't stop! Many exhibits and attractions are available during the government shutdown, include the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit and Dine with an Astronaut.

Throughout the government shutdown, you can still plan on a full day experience at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex! Here are six unique activities you can enjoy to make your trip unforgettable.


The prime crew of the Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission stands beside the gondola in Building 29 after training. Astronauts left to right are William Anders, James Lovell and Frank Borman.

The crew of Apollo 8 was the first to see the other side of the Moon. Learn more about this iconic mission for the 50th anniversary of its launch from Kennedy Space Center.


President Eisenhower and the SCORE satellite atop the Atlas rocket from which Eisenhower played his prerecorded Christmas message.

United States President Dwight Eisenhower sent well wishes to the world during the first broadcast in space 60 years ago.