Guest post: Historic Apollo Mission Control Center restoration now complete

A community of backers from around the world joined Space Center Houston and the City of Webster to help restore the Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center and preserve the legacy of the Apollo Program just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.

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Video: Scientists share groundbreaking Twins Study results

Space Center Houston hosted the panel of scientists behind NASA’s innovative Twins Study for their first public talk on June 3. In the video below, hear from the researchers on the results of the investigation and how this ground-breaking study advances our knowledge of the human body and the impacts

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Apollo 11 50th Live Bands Announced: WALK THE MOON and Phillip Phillips

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon with a blockbuster concert July 20. See award-winning artists WALK THE MOON and Phillip Phillips live as part of Apollo 11 50th Live, presented by JSC Federal Credit Union. Buy Tickets WALK THE MOON Hailing from Cincinnati, OH,

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Photo gallery: Discover our new summer exhibit Journey to Space

Our summer exhibit Journey to Space is now open! Explore a rotating International Space Station module. Launch a rocket. Experiment with a vacuum chamber. Try your hand at operating a robotic arm. See artifacts like astronaut food and Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 training gloves and more! Journey to Space is

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Snoopy in space: A massive mural at Space Center Houston

Worlds collide in the most wildly imaginative and colorful way with a new art installation on display at Space Center Houston entitled The Peanuts Project: The Heavens and the Earth. The project brings to Houstonians public art re-imaginings of Charles M. Schulz’s beloved, iconic characters by four of the world’s

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Photo Gallery: Discover rockets, robotics and more in summer Explorer Camps

How do astronauts sleep in space? Why is Venus so hot? How will we get to Mars? Can we go farther? When inquisitive young minds explore Space Center Houston, their curiosity sparks a whole new world of questions. In our immersive Explorer Camps, we inspire students to seek the answers

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Expedition 59 lifts off Thursday

On Thursday, the next set of astronauts will journey to the International Space Station. Expedition 59 aboard the Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft at 2:14 p.m. CST from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on a six-hour journey to the station. Watch this exciting launch at Space Center Houston, where we will air

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A Guide to Exploring Space Center Houston this Spring Break

We’re hoping to see plenty of space explorers this spring break. Want to make the most of your visit? Plan your mission accordingly. Here are some helpful tips so that you have the best experience possible while at Space Center Houston. 1) Before you arrive Get your tickets early! Our

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Follow Our CEO As He Shares Space

Get a behind-the-scenes look at Space Center Houston from our president and CEO William T. Harris. Harris is sharing his museum experiences and initiatives with followers on his new Instagram page.               View this post on Instagram              

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Black Friday deals at Space Center Houston

Want to give the gift of space this holiday season? Space Center Houston brings two different discounts starting Black Friday through Cyber Monday. Save on gift memberships Share a space exploration experience with your friends and family when you give a Space Center Houston membership. From Nov. 23-26, save 20

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