Space Center Houston’s New Website, a New Pathway to Discovery
HOUSTON, Jan. 9, 2019 – Space Center Houston launched a new website providing streamlined pathways to discover new engaging content, programs and events.
“The new website is part of our core values to provide an exceptional guest experience,” said William T. Harris, president and CEO of the science and space exploration learning center. “We want the website to be a resource for our community and the world because science and space exploration learning is for everyone.”
Experience its responsive, bright design and improved content structure. It offers new features including a streamlined site-wide navigation system with consistent menu functionality that directs visitors to the information most relevant to them. Visitors can discover upcoming events and educational programs through a user-friendly event calendar with multiple viewing options.
The center introduces a range of new content to engage everyone in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). Get the latest news and information about Space Center Houston education programs, special events, what’s happening now in space exploration and more on its new blog. Discover new pages, videos and photos about exhibits and unique experiences.
There’s always something new at Space Center Houston, and the new website highlights the robust offering of its interactive learning experiences. “The website is a portal to enable everyone to get on the STEM pathway,” Harris said.
The Manned Space Flight Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit science and space exploration learning center with extensive educational programs. Space Center Houston is the cornerstone of its mission to inspire all generations through the wonders of space exploration. The center draws more than one million visitors annually, was named “the Best Museum in Texas” by USA Today and generates a $73 million annual economic impact in the greater Houston area. Space Center Houston is a Smithsonian Affiliate, the Official Visitor Center of NASA Johnson Space Center and a Certified Autism Center. More than 250,000 teachers and students from around the world visit the center annually to experience our educational space museum with more than 400 things to see and do. For more information, go to www.spacecenter.org.
SOURCE: Manned Space Flight Education Foundation