Kennedy Space Center http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/fn2/travel/KennedySpaceCenterAtlantisFinalLaunch.jpgThere is no place that tells NASA’s story better than this launch site just outside of Orlando. The Kennedy Space Center has launched every NASA human space flight since 1968 and today remains an active, working space center. Kids can explore numerous rockets from NASA’s earliest missions, or gape in wonder at the Saturn V rocket used to put a man on the moon. The center’s newest exhibit, the Space Shuttle Atlantis, includes the ship itself as well as interactive, multimedia exhibits that let you simulate a space walk, operate a 250-ton crane, land the space shuttle, and train like an astronaut.National Air and Space Museum http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/fn2/travel/NationalAirAndSpaceMuseumSpiritofStLouis.jpgThe wildly popular National Air and Space Museum preserves the wondrous history of our fascination with flight and, like all Smithsonian museums, ...
Space shuttle departs on final flight
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Be Ready to Eat http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/fn2/travel/2_expedition_34_fresh_food_celebration.jpgAn astronaut's daily food intake consists of thre...
In a report released Monday, the nonprofit Space Foundation made a number of recommendations for strengthening the focus, oversight and funding of NASA and the U.S. ...
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