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SLS Green Run Presentation
NASA is resuming work on a series of tests to bring the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket core stage to life for the first time, allowing engineers to evaluate the new complex stage that will launch the Artemis I lunar mission. Learn more about this exciting moment in space exploration history from Boeing SLS Engineer Tony Castilleja in a live broadcast noon Oct. 2 in Space Center Theater.
Our space and science exploration learning center has more than 400 things to see and do. We have the largest collections of spacesuits and Moon rocks on public display in the world.Exhibits & Experiences
- 29 Oct, 20Upcoming
Ignite your curiosity and grow your passion for space and science at our monthly Thought Leader Series. The best and brightest minds examine the significance…30 Oct, 20Upcoming
Launch your Halloween with a boo-m at our first ever Galaxy Frights experience Oct. 30 and 31. These spectacularly spooky (but not scary) space experiences…
- 27 OctRead more
CineSpace, a short film competition created by NASA Johnson Space Center in partnership with the Houston Cinema Arts Society, offers aspiring and professional filmmakers a
- 26 OctRead more
This month, one of the largest artifacts at the center turns fifty! One of only two NASA shuttle carrier aircraft in the world, NASA 905
- 23 OctRead more
During the Gemini 6 mission, NASA surprised astronauts Wally Schirra and Tom Stafford with a special wake up call. Popular singer Jack Jones sang “Hello
Thought Leader Series
Presented by The University of Texas Medical Branch
In our September Thought Leader Series, presented by The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), a panel of experts including Dr. Joan E. Nichols, Dr. Jennifer Fogarty, and Dr. Kristin Fabre discuss growing organs in space.
Watch our new show Explorer Camp TV at 11 a.m. CT every Wednesday on MY20 KTXH.
Virtual Astronaut Visit
Make space in your week to meet with a space explorer. We are hosting a virtual chat with retired NASA astronaut Dr. Tom Jones. Watch a live presentation from Dr. Jones followed by a moderated Q&A session. Dr. Jones is a planetary scientist, speaker, author, pilot, and veteran NASA astronaut.