Galaxy Lights display

Photo Gallery: Galaxy Lights

The most wonderful event of the year is back! Galaxy Lights, presented by Reliant, has arrived to take you on an out-of-this-world festive experience to see a totally unique holiday lights display. You don’t want to miss this Space City tradition! Take a sneak peek at this year’s Galaxy Lights

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Photo Gallery: Galaxy Frights 2020

Guests are exploring spooky space science today at our first every Galaxy Frights experience, presented by Reliant. Check out the photo gallery below to see some of the great costumes and creepy cosmic experiences. We’ve seen some cosmic, cute and creepy costumes. Guests are exploring spooky space science in our

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Happy 28th birthday Space Center Houston

Over the last 28 years, Space Center Houston has inspired millions through the wonders of space exploration and contributed to the community and the world through education programs and museum exhibits. We could not have done it without you. We appreciate your support over these 28 years. Our core mission

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Stargazing Guide: 12 tips for amateur astronomers

NASA is developing a path for an exciting journey to Mars. This month brings an amazing night-sky view of the Red Planet for stargazers. Mars is currently visible, reaching its highest point in the sky around midnight. Earth’s closest neighbor is also at its brightest and will remain that way

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International Deaf Week 2020

Did you know that International Deaf Week 2020 is Sept. 21-27 and Sept. 23 is International Day of Sign Languages? The International Week of the Deaf (IWD) is an initiative of the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) and was first launched in 1958 in Rome, Italy. It is celebrated

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Video: Virtual Astronaut Visit – Dr. Leroy Chiao

Hear first-hand space exploration stories from retired astronaut Dr. Leroy Chiao in this May 29, 2020 Virtual Astronaut Visit. Chiao was selected as an astronaut in 1990 and is a veteran of four spaceflights. He logged a total of 229 days in space, including 36 hours of spacewalk time. He

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Demo-2 launch watch party guide

Be part of the NASA mission and watch history on May 30 as we launch astronauts from American soil for the first time since 2011. Even though we can’t experience the launch together physically, we can still experience it together virtually. Celebrate this historic moment at home with a launch

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Astronaut Selection and Training Process

Though Space Center Houston is closed, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we are hosting our May Thought Leader Series virtually. As NASA begins to narrow the field of candidates for the newest astronaut class, we explored the astronaut selection and

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Members! Enjoy your own lounge during Spring Break

To show our members how much we appreciate them this spring break, we are providing a member’s lounge. This will give you an exclusive place to relax and recharge away from the crowds while enjoying snacks and water. The dates and location of the member lounge will be: March 7

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Be part of the mission this spring at Space Center Houston

Find out what NASA is working on, from the Moon to Mars and inside Mission Control, this spring at Space Center Houston! Explore the cosmos and take part in more than 400 things to see and do including an all-new spring exhibit, a world premiere space screening, astronaut appearances and

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