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Temporary Closure of Galaxy Lights at Space Center Houston Due to Inclement Weather

HOUSTON, TX (NOV. 30, 2023) – Space Center Houston is closely monitoring weather conditions as inclement weather is forecasted for November 30, 2023. The safety and well-being of our guests and staff are our top priorities, and we are prepared to take necessary precautions to ensure a secure environment.  

In the event that weather conditions become unsafe, Space Center Houston may temporarily close the Galaxy Lights experience. This decision will be made based on real-time weather updates and guidance from local authorities. 

We understand the excitement around Galaxy Lights, and we appreciate our guests’ understanding as we prioritize safety. Updates regarding the status of Galaxy Lights and any potential closures will be communicated through our official social media channels at @spacecenterhou and Galaxy Lights, presented by Reliant (spacecenter.org)

Media representatives are invited to contact Space Center Houston at [email protected] for the latest information and updates.

Space Center Houston remains committed to providing an exceptional and safe experience for all visitors. We appreciate the patience and support of our guests and visitors as we navigate through any changes promptly. 

Ticket holders can redeem their tickets on any other night of Galaxy Lights in 2023.

MEDIA CONTACT: 

Communications Department

[email protected] 

Space Center Houston

Illiana Luna, Public Relations Specialist  

[email protected] 

Space Center Houston 

 

About Space Center Houston

Space Center Houston’s shared purpose is to bring people and space closer together. Over 1.3 million visitors and more than 250,000 students and educators visit each year to connect with the significance of space exploration to pursue a path in STEM or follow along as incredible feats of human spaceflight continue to make new discoveries. Space Center Houston is owned by the Manned Space Flight Education 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and generates an annual $118M economic impact to 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. Learn more at spacecenter.org.

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All media inquiries should be directed to the Space Center Houston Communications Department.

+1 (281) 244-2122
[email protected]

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