Kennedy Space Center offers new Science sessions

Date Posted: 31/05/2014

New hands-on sessions at the Florida-based NASA launch site will allow school groups to launch a water rocket, create and land a rover on ‘Mars’ or race a jet car.

The science-based activities, each lasting from 90 minutes to two hours are offered at different times each day at the Visitor Complex, which recently extended its daily operating hours.

“We created these fun activities to engage guests and provide a fun way to learn about some of the incredible technology and science that they see at Kennedy Space Center,” said Therrin Protze, chief operating officer for the Visitor Complex.

“We want to continue to build on the approach we took in creating the new Space Shuttle Atlantis attraction, which features more than 60 interactive, touch-screen experiences and high-tech simulators.”

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