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How & Where to See the Space Shuttle Enterprise

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With over 60 years of aerospace history, NASA is one of the longest running and most beloved government organizations in the United States. The men and women have created major innovations and achieved momentous milestones. These, of course, include the Apollo program through to today’s International Space Station missions. One of the most interesting chapters in U.S. aerospace history is …

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Vandenberg Launch Viewing: How to See a Rocket Launch in California

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Is seeing a rocket launch on your space tourism bucket list? While Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Base are the most popular launch facilities in the U.S., people are increasingly traveling to a small town in California to try and see rockets take flight. Vandenberg Air Force Base is the primary spaceport on the West Coast, and …

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How to Visit NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center

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Do you love NASA? Curious about the future of space exploration? Just an uber-nerd like me who wants to visit all of the space destinations possible? A visit to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center has to be on your list! As part of my trip to Space Camp, I had the chance to visit NASA Marshall. In addition to the …

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How & Where to See the Space Shuttle Endeavour

In Rocket Tourismby Valerie Stimac

In the United States, we’re lucky to have a lot of opportunities to interact with our national heritage in space. As a government organization, NASA is funded by taxpayers both financially and with public interest and opinion. To help inspire future generations to support NASA and explore space, many amazing relics and artifacts from the different eras of NASA exploration …