Tour: Space Center Houston's "Inside Peek" Tours

Track:
Networking Lounges and Tours
What:
Tour
When:
7:00 AM, Saturday 6 Feb 2021 CST (16 hours 55 minutes)
Where:
  Virtual session
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Join our virtual tours of Space Center Houston as well as other partner tours.

SEEC 2021 Space Center Houston Virtual Tour
Overview of Space Center Houston including Independence Plaza, the Main Plaza, Destiny Theater, Starship Gallery, Lunar Diorama, Lunar Sample Vault, Touch the Moon Exhibit, Skylab 1G Trainer, Astronaut Gallery, and Rocket Park.

Falcon 9 Tour
The future of space travel is reusable rockets. In our newest exhibit, the SpaceX Falcon 9 core, or first stage, B1035 is displayed horizontally and elevated 14 feet off the ground near Independence Plaza. It’s one of only two SpaceX Falcon 9 boosters on display and the first commercial space exhibit for Space Center Houston. Go on a virtual tour of this marvel of reusable space technology and learn more about how it is making space more accessible.

Independence Plaza Tour
Independence Plaza, our international landmark exhibit, is home to the historic shuttle carrier aircraft (SCA) NASA 905 with shuttle-replica Independence mounted on top. Get a rare glimpse into the historic shuttle era and its impact on current and future exploration. In this virtual tour, relive the history of creating this experimental aircraft and explore the cockpit of SCA, which is not on display to guests.

Apollo Mission Control Tour
Take a tour of Johnson Space Center’s historic Apollo Mission Control Center and see the room where NASA experts monitored the first moon landing and guided Apollo 13 home safely to avert disaster, fully restored back to the way it looked during the Apollo missions of the 1960s and 1970s. Featuring the authentic consoles used to monitor nine Gemini, all Apollo moon missions, and 21 space shuttle missions, no detail was spared in the restoration. Due to COVID-19 security restrictions at Johnson Space Center, the Apollo Mission Control Center has been closed to the public since March 2019, so this tour will offer behind-the-scenes access even our guests are not currently able to enjoy.

Additional Tour Information Coming Soon: Kennedy Space Center, JPL, JSC, and Stennis/Marshall Centers!

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