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Destination: Mars Lets You Virtually Explore the Red Planet

If you visit the Kennedy Space Center you now have the chance to check out the surface of Mars, courtesy of Microsoft HoloLens tech. The augmented reality experience uses real images of Mars captured by the…

HoloLens takes you on a guided tour around Mars

Visiting Mars is at best a 34 million-mile journey, but the next best thing is now as close as Cape Canaveral. Until January 1, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will play host to Destination: Mars, an augmented reality experience powered by Microsoft's HoloLens that takes guests on a guided tour of Mars locations. Show More Summary

Microsoft HoloLens headset will transport Kennedy Space Center visitors to Mars

The Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality headset is being used as part of Destination: Mars, a temporary exhibit at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It will allow visitors to see a simulation of what it looks like on the planet as seen through the Curiosity Mars Rover. ...

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Launches Destination Mars At Kennedy Space Center

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin yesterday launched the “Destination: Mars” exhibit at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. It is an interactive exhibit using the Microsoft HoloLens which will allow guests to “visit” several sites on Mars, reconstructed using thousands of real imagery from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover, which has been exploring the Red Planet since […]

Moon-walker Buzz Aldrin opens new Mars exhibit at Kennedy Space Center

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Apollo 11 moon-walker Buzz Aldrin opens new Mars attraction at Kennedy Space Center.        

Moon-walker Buzz Aldrin opens new Mars exhibit at Kennedy Space Center

Apollo 11 moon-walker Buzz Aldrin opens new Mars attraction at Kennedy Space Center.        

SpaceX Rocket EXPLODES On Launchpad At Kennedy Space Center — Get The Scary Deets!

Thank goodness no one was hurt! A SpaceX rocket exploded on the launchpad at the Kennedy Space Center on Thursday morning! The incident occurred at about 9 a.m. at Space Launch Complex 40 at the test site located in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Realted: Josh Gad Tweeted From Inside LAX During Shooter Scare! The SpaceX Falcon 9 was preparing for [...]

Explosion at Test Stand Causes Loss of SpaceX Rocket

This morning (Friday, Sep. 1, 2016) at around 09:00 EDT, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exploded while being fueled up for an engine test firing at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. At this time, I have no info on what happened, except that the explosion occurred three minutes before the test was scheduled. Show More Summary

Kennedy Space Center Monitors Operations, Air After SpaceX Falcon 9 Explosion

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) emergency operations center at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida is monitoring both the situation and the air quality as a result of the SpaceX rocket Falcon 9's explosion on Thursday morning.

Boeing has Begun the First Human Spaceflight Capable Starliner Capsule

The next generation of America’s human spaceships is rapidly taking shape at the Kennedy Space Center as Boeing and NASA showcased the start of assembly of the first flightworthy version of the aerospace giants Starliner crew taxi vehicle...Show More Summary

See A Tiny Astronaut Visit the Kennedy Space Center

A photographer's son explores the world, dressed in a NASA space suit

SpaceX launches DNA sequencer and new docking port to the ISS

A Falcon 9 rocket has just blasted off NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, launching a Dragon capsule to the ISS before landing back on the ground

Gaze In Wonder At The Enormity Of NASA's Vehicle Assembly Building

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If you were to stand on the floor of NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and tilt your head up, this is the view that would greet you. Read more...

Amazing Nerdcations

Mental Floss’ List Show points out some of the world’s most intellectuallly stimulating tourist destinations, including the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Atacama Desert in Chile and its starry night skies, and the otaku paradise known as Akihabara in Tokyo.

How Florida Became the Hub of Space Travel

Spiro Agnew and Lyndon Johnson watch the launch of Apollo 11 from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, July 16, 1969. (Photo: NASA/Public Domain) Excerpted from Oh, Florida! How America’s Weirdest State Influences the Rest of the Country, published in July by St. Show More Summary

As National Park Service confronts a sexual harassment, this dysfunctional park is Exhibit A

CANAVERAL NATIONAL SEASHORE, Fla. — This secluded beach on a barrier island off the Atlantic coast is a sunbathers’ paradise of nesting sea turtles and wading shore birds in the shadow of the Kennedy Space Center. But for rangers, visitor guides and many of the 50 employees here, working at this national park is anything but paradise. Multiple […]

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CAPE CANAVERAL, FL - MAY 14: In this handout provided by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), landed SpaceX rockets sit in Launch Complex 39 at the Kennedy Space Center on May 14, 2016 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images) Have you noticed that the really [...]

LEGO KSC Rocket Launch Site

LEGO enthusiast Lia Chan built this masterfully scaled and detailed model of the Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39a. It includes the Space Shuttle Atlantis, the crawler transport system and the launch platform itself.

These NASA Posters May Actually Convince You to Go to Mars

The day that ordinary citizens start thinking seriously about moving to a space colony on Mars might be coming sooner than you think. NASA’s Kennedy Space Center has just released a lush, vintage-inspired set of posters featuring astronauts working on Mars. Their message? They want you. Riffing on the Uncle Sam posters of old, these […]

Boeing's Second CST-100 Starliner Capsule is Coming Together

Another major hardware component for Boeing’s second Starliner spacecraft recently arrived at the company’s assembly facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The upper dome – basically one half of the Starliner pressure vessel...Show More Summary

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