Apollo Trivia: Week 3

Test your knowledge of space history with our weekly Apollo trivia!

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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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Apollo Trivia: Week 2

Test your knowledge of space history with our weekly Apollo trivia!

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Apollo Trivia: Week 1

Test your knowledge of space history with our weekly Apollo trivia!

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QUIZ: Test your Apollo knowledge

Test your knowledge of the Apollo era with our trivia below and share your results with friends!

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Apollo 50th

Apollo 11 50th anniversary celebration guide

Review our Apollo 11 50th anniversary celebration guide below to help plan the perfect experience. Our festival is a family friendly event, and we want all our guests to have a phenomenal experience. All of our rules and regulations exist to help keep our guests safe and to ensure everyone

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NEW EXHIBIT: Moonwalker portraits now on display

From 1969-1972, twelve American astronauts left their everlasting footprint on the Moon. They were the most visible part of a team of Apollo astronauts, engineers, scientists, and mission support staff of the Apollo Program. Artist Logan Goodson created a series of paintings to celebrate the individuals of the Apollo program

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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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Mission Apollo Minute: Pete Conrad’s Moonwalking Suit

Charles “Pete” Conrad became the third person to walk on the Moon as part of Apollo 12.  Conrad commanded the mission and stepped onto the lunar surface Nov. 19, 1969. His first words were slightly less majestic than Neil Armstrong’s, but reflected Conrad’s fun and sunny disposition. “Whoopee! Man, that

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Discover a historic Apollo artifact in our Talon Park

Did you know Talon Park at the entrance to Space Center Houston is home to a “boilerplate” Apollo capsule? NASA built “boilerplate” (BP) capsules, or nonfunctional craft that simulated the basic size and weight of command modules, as part of the Apollo program to test equipment and procedures prior to

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