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Kennedy Space Center - Launch Alert Space X Falcon 9

This is the 10th of 14 resupply missions by SpaceX for NASA in support of NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) program. Dragon will deliver food and supplies, including new science experiments and technology research, to the crew aboard the ISS. The Falcon 9 rocket’s reusable first stage will attempt a controlled landing on Landing Zone 1 (LZ1) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
If you are in Florida, launch viewing opportunities for CRS-10 are available at Apollo/Saturn V Center and the main visitor complex with bleacher seating and launch commentary. Launch viewing/transportation tickets to Apollo/Saturn V Center are available for $20, in addition to daily admission. Tickets for Apollo/Saturn V Center are available online and by calling 855-475-8415. 

 

Posted by: Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Posted on: 10/02/2017

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