Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to Host Launch Viewing for ULA Atlas V Starliner Orbital Flight Test July 30 .. @ExploreSpaceKSC #ULAAtlasV #KSCLaunches

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The United Launch Alliance Atlas V CST-100 Starliner Orbital Flight Test 2 is set to blast off on July 30, and Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has spaces available to watch the launch.

This will be the second UNCREWED launch of Boeing’s Starliner, paving the way toward launching astronauts to the International Space Station, with lift off at approximately 2:53 p.m. EDT.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers some of the closest public viewing of launches with distinctive experiences like live launch commentary from space experts and access to all exhibits and attractions prior to the launch.

Viewing opportunities include:

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“Feel the Heat” Package

Location: Banana Creek at Apollo/Saturn V Center, 5.4 miles from Launch Complex 41
Cost: $250 per person

Package includes:

  • Two-day admission (second use is valid after launch, within 30 days)
  • Special badge with lanyard
  • Exclusive gift and mission lithograph
  • Catered meal from Moon Rock Cafe
  • Jumbotron live feed and commentary provided by a Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex space expert
  • Bus transportation to and from Banana Creek
  • Digital photo at Apollo/Saturn V Center

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“Feel the Fun” Package

Location: Atlantis North Lawn, 7.1 miles from Launch Complex 41
Cost: $149 per person

Package Includes:

  • Two-day admission (second use is valid after launch, within 30 days)
  • Special badge with lanyard
  • Exclusive gift and mission lithograph
  • Catered meal
  • Jumbotron live feed and commentary provided by a Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex space expert
  • Live DJ
  • Interactive activities
  • Digital photo at viewing location

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“Main Visitor Complex” Package

Location: Atlantis South Lot
Cost: $75

Package includes:

  • Two-day admission (second use is valid after launch, within 30 days)
  • Live launch feed projected on large screen and commentary provided by a Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex space expert
  • Mission lithograph

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For more information on launch viewing opportunities, or to purchase, visit kennedyspacecenter.com.


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