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Space Exploration Educators Conference Makes Education Accessible for All Teachers

Space Exploration Educators Conference Makes Education Accessible for All Teachers

HOUSTON, Feb. 11, 2018 – Space Center Houston welcomed more than 580 educators from seven countries, 39 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C. for hands-on learning experiences with rocket scientists, astronauts and renowned instructors at the 25th Space Exploration Educators Conference (SEEC), Feb. 7-9.
Space Center Houston’s New App Offers an Enhanced Visitor Experience

Space Center Houston’s New App Offers an Enhanced Visitor Experience

HOUSTON, Jan. 14, 2019 – In its continuing efforts to expand access to the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) pathway, Space Center Houston now offers a new free app for an interactive mobile experience. It’s available now and features self-guided virtual tours, augmented reality, videos and audio stories about the future and historic feats in human space exploration.
Space Center Houston’s New Website, a New Pathway to Discovery

Space Center Houston’s New Website, a New Pathway to Discovery

Space Center Houston launched a new website providing streamlined pathways to discover new engaging content, programs and events.
Space Center Houston Open During Government Shutdown

Space Center Houston Open During Government Shutdown

HOUSTON, Dec. 21, 2018 – Space Center Houston and its more than 400 things to see and do will remain open in the event of a government shutdown. All programming at Space Center Houston continues, including the NASA Tram Tour, NBL tours, Level 9 tours, live presentations, films and educational programs, such as Space Center University.
Space Center Houston Names New Vice President of Communications and Marketing Amid Record-setting Year

Space Center Houston Names New Vice President of Communications and Marketing Amid Record-setting Year

Space Center Houston is launching into a new year with a new vice president of communications and marketing, a growing membership program and rocketing attendance. The science and space exploration learning center continues its work on advancing a new facilities master plan and is poised for an exceptional year celebrating the Apollo 11 mission’s 50th anniversary.
Space Center University Student Experiments Go to Space

Space Center University Student Experiments Go to Space

HOUSTON, Dec. 10, 2018 – Students of Space Center Houston’s Space Center University designed an experiment for astronauts to perform on the International Space Station. Their experiment launched last week aboard the SpaceX resupply mission and Space Center Houston held a launch viewing where guests performed the experiment to learn about DNA.
Space Exploration Educators Conference Empowers Teachers

Space Exploration Educators Conference Empowers Teachers

HOUSTON, Dec. 5, 2018 – Space Center Houston will empower teachers from around the world at the 25th Space Exploration Educators Conference (SEEC), Feb. 7-9. With new ideas for the classroom and hands-on professional development sessions from NASA experts and leading educators about what’s happening now in human space exploration, SEEC puts the power and wonder of space into a teacher’s hands.
Connect with Space Center Houston’s President and CEO on Instagram

Connect with Space Center Houston’s President and CEO on Instagram

HOUSTON, Dec. 4, 2018–Stay up-to-date with the latest news about Space Center Houston on @spacecenterhou_CEO, a new Instagram account for the nonprofit’s president and CEO William T. Harris.
Apollo Legends Reunite, Restored Historic Mission Control Unveiled

Apollo Legends Reunite, Restored Historic Mission Control Unveiled

HOUSTON, Nov. 8, 2018 – It was an historic sight – living legends who worked on the Apollo program reunited for a major milestone to the see the unveiling of restored Historic Mission Control consoles used to send humans to the Moon. The newly restored units arrived in a return flight to Ellington Airport by way of NASA’s Super Guppy.
See NASA’s Super Guppy land, deliver restored Historic Mission Control consoles

See NASA’s Super Guppy land, deliver restored Historic Mission Control consoles

HOUSTON, Nov. 1, 2018 – The first group of restored Historic Mission Control consoles, which helped land humans on the Moon, will be unveiled at a media event at 10:45 a.m. CST on Thursday, Nov. 8, at Ellington Field in Houston.
NASA Legend Honored at Space Center Houston’s Fall Luncheon Benefiting Restoration of NASA’s Historic Mission Control

NASA Legend Honored at Space Center Houston’s Fall Luncheon Benefiting Restoration of NASA’s Historic Mission Control

HOUSTON, Oct. 23, 2018 – The nonprofit Space Center Houston raised $300,000 for its fall luncheon To the Moon and Beyond honoring legendary flight director Gene Kranz and supporting the campaign to restore Historic Mission Control Tuesday at the Marriott Marquis Houston. Led by chairs Gwen Griffin and Al Saylor and co-chairs Susie and Pat Cunningham, the star-studded fundraiser celebrated Kranz for his extraordinary contributions to human space exploration and his leadership in the Historic Mission Control restoration project at NASA Johnson Space Center.
Space Center Houston Honors NASA Anniversaries with a Lunar Jubilee Celebration

Space Center Houston Honors NASA Anniversaries with a Lunar Jubilee Celebration

HOUSTON, Sept. 25, 2018–Be a part of the journey and the next giant leap when Space Center Houston honors NASA’s 60th anniversary and the Apollo 11 mission 50th anniversary with a spectacular Lunar Jubilee celebration complete with an array of Apollo-themed events October 2018 through July 2019.
Chart Your Own Course during Space Center Houston’s Days of Exploration

Chart Your Own Course during Space Center Houston’s Days of Exploration

HOUSTON, Aug. 28, 2018 –Walk in the footsteps of astronauts, experience gravitational force and learn about the future of human spaceflight during Space Center Houston’s Days of Exploration.
Nonprofit Space Center Houston Hosts Fall Luncheon Benefiting Restoration of NASA’s Historic Mission Control

Nonprofit Space Center Houston Hosts Fall Luncheon Benefiting Restoration of NASA’s Historic Mission Control

HOUSTON, Aug. 21, 2018 – As the next step in its ongoing fundraising campaign to restore Historic Mission Control, Space Center Houston will host a fall luncheon To the Moon and Beyond on Oct. 23. Restoration of this National Historic Landmark will preserve it for future generations and the world.

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