Behind the Scenes Sneak Peak at Kennedy Space Center
Be among the first to see the new Space Shuttle Atlantis at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. On June 30th, ALSD attendees and their families are invited to take a journey of discovery in the 90,000-square-foot, interactive Atlantis exhibit. Learn the story of the 30-year Space Shuttle Program and what the future holds in space exploration on this compelling tour.
Atlantis made the historic final journey to its new home on Nov. 2, 2012, traveling 10 miles from the Vehicle Assembly Building, accompanied by a parade of more than 30 former astronauts. Atlantis has since been raised 30 feet off the ground and rotated 43 degrees, showcasing it on an angle as if it were inspace - as only the astronauts from its 33 missions have had a chance to see from the International Space Station. When displayed, Atlantis' payload bay doors will be open and the Canadarm (robotic arm) extended.
Complementing Atlantis will be more than 60 interactive, immersive exhibits telling the incredible story of the entire shuttle program - including its key role with the International Space Station and the Hubble Space Telescope, and how it paved the way for today's newspace programs.
Provided buses will return by 3:00 p.m. ALSD attendees have the opportunity to share this experience with their families.
Event sponsored by Delaware North Sportservice. There is no separate fee for Kennedy Space Center trip, but an RSVP is required for this sponsored event.
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The Lightning have gone through some tough years after their Stanley Cup victory in 2004. But the NHL found a great new owner in Jeff Vinik who has pledged to bring the team to prominence with four major initiatives:
Jeff hired CEO Tod Leiweke, who Generator Studio partners worked with on multiple projects in his previous engagement with the Seattle Seahawks. Generator Studio and Mortenson Construction's task was to make the arena one that is unique to its place in Florida and to the NHL. NHL fans in cold climates should wonder why they're not in Tampa when they watch their team play the Lightning on a tropical evening, and the broadcast cuts to the new themed Signature Outdoor Deck with BBQ, beers, and frozen drinks. But when you step into the bowl, it's all hockey, culminating in a traditional organist leading the cheers and an amazing lightning strike when the team scores (really!). Honesty in design, theming, and programming allows both the fans and corporate partners to engage in the rebranding of this hockey club.
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