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Space Center Houston’s “Apollo 11 50th Live” Features  WALK THE MOON and Phillip Phillips

Space Center Houston’s “Apollo 11 50th Live” Features WALK THE MOON and Phillip Phillips

HOUSTON, June 11, 2019 – Space Center Houston will celebrate the historic first steps on the Moon with a spectacular lineup of events including “Apollo 11 50th Live, presented by JSC Federal Credit Union,” an all-day festival on July 20 celebrating the legacy of the Apollo era and the future of space exploration. The festival will culminate with an evening concert featuring performances by WALK THE MOON and Phillip Phillips.
Space Center Houston Presents Scientists Behind  NASA’s Twins Studies

Space Center Houston Presents Scientists Behind NASA’s Twins Studies

HOUSTON, May 13, 2019 – Join the scientists behind NASA’s groundbreaking Twins Study during their first public talk at Space Center Houston on June 3. Guests will hear from the researchers on the results of the investigation and how this groundbreaking study advances our knowledge of the human body and the impacts of spaceflight through the study of identical twins.
Space Center Houston’s Galaxy Gala Celebrated to the Moon and Beyond, Major Exhibit Announced

Space Center Houston’s Galaxy Gala Celebrated to the Moon and Beyond, Major Exhibit Announced

HOUSTON, May 9, 2019 – It was an evening showcasing innovation and science learning opportunities to further the next generation of explorers at Space Center Houston’s Galaxy Gala.
Space Center Houston Celebrates Apollo 11 Legacy and the Next Giant Leap

Space Center Houston Celebrates Apollo 11 Legacy and the Next Giant Leap

HOUSTON, April 22, 2019 – Space Center Houston is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing as a part of Space Month in July. Meet Apollo legends, see the restored Apollo Mission Control Center, a National Historic Landmark and celebrate the legacy of the Apollo-era and the future of space exploration at Space Center Houston. Join multiple lunar events leading up to the anniversary “Apollo 11 50th Live” at Space Center Houston celebration on July 20.
Space Center Houston Launches Snoopy Tour

Space Center Houston Launches Snoopy Tour

Worlds collide in the most wildly imaginative and colorful way as the Houston Arts Alliance welcomes the Peanuts Global Artist Collective to Houston’s expanding public parks, downtown business community, and on its history-making NASA campus with a new art installation on display at Space Center Houston.
Space Center Houston’s Galaxy Gala Set to Empower Youth

Space Center Houston’s Galaxy Gala Set to Empower Youth

HOUSTON, April 3, 2019 – Empower youth with the abilities to become tomorrow’s leaders at Space Center Houston’s Galaxy Gala May 9, led by co-chairs Peggy Kostial with Shanell and Walker Moody. Proceeds will support the nonprofit’s extensive education programs serving youth and educators from around the world.
Space Center Houston and Repsol Launch an Agreement to Promote STEM Education

Space Center Houston and Repsol Launch an Agreement to Promote STEM Education

HOUSTON, March 21, 2019 –The nonprofit Space Center Houston and Repsol, a global multi-energy company, are pleased to announce an agreement to support science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and learning opportunities for students in the greater Houston area and beyond.
Space Center Houston’s Spring Break Takes Flight

Space Center Houston’s Spring Break Takes Flight

HOUSTON, March 6, 2019 – Space Center Houston’s spring break, presented by the city of Webster, takes flight with robotics, astronauts and two new space and science exhibits. Explore the cosmos with our leading science and space exploration learning center.
Guide Dog Puppies Visited Space Center Houston

Guide Dog Puppies Visited Space Center Houston

HOUSTON, Feb. 25, 2019 – Guide Dogs for the Blind visited the nonprofit Space Center Houston on a socialization experience over the weekend. Fifteen puppies-in-training and their volunteer trainers for Guide Dogs for the Blind explored the science and space exploration learning center.
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.

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