Excursion's tour to NASA + Rocket launch (Past)

Event title
Excursion's tour to NASA + Rocket launch
Event date
Nov 08 / Mon
Event description
A one-day guided tour of the NASA Space Center for a real SpaceX rocket launch with four astronauts on board.
Our group of 10-12 people - we will leave Sunny Isles Beach on November 8 at 14:00
Comfortable bus - passenger 14 seater veins. On the way (3.5 hours to Cape Canaveral), the guide will tell you many interesting facts from the history of American astronautics. Upon arrival, your guide will take you on a fun tour of the Rocket Garden and Kennedy Space Center grounds. Then, by special transport, the group will go to a special observation deck, which is located at the closest possible distance from the launch pad. Return to Sunny Isles Beach late at night!

Rocket Launch Scheduled: Nov 8, 2021 9:51 PM EDT | NASA SpaceX Crew-3

Launch complex 39A
LAUNCH: NASA has announced a launch date for the Crew-3:
Monday, Nov 8, 9:51 PM EST. This date is influenced by several NASA factors. “The mission teams will make the final decision on which priority will be given to the launch of Crew-3 or Crew-2 in the coming days, based on the likelihood of favorable conditions for splashdown or the launch of Crew Dragon. NASA and SpaceX are also studying the time it takes to launch or return.

NASA's SpaceX Crew-3 mission will send four astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). This launch will be the third crew change mission to the ISS under NASA's Commercial Crew Program.

The launch window for Crew-3 extends beyond the normal opening hours of the visitor facility, so launch preview packages are only available in two cost options. Please note that this launch will take place on Monday night, November 8th. The Visitor Complex will open at 18:45 for Crew-3 starter pack owners only.

By purchasing a package, you understand that all launch preview packages are mission-specific. Packages are also non-returnable and non-transferable !!!

Tour cost $ 150 per person + entrance tickets to the launch view site:
$ 150 + tax is the first ticket option.
$ 250 + tax is the second ticket option.
The cost depends on the observation deck you choose.

The first version of the observation deck on the territory of the museum, 10 miles from the launch pad, in this place the launch pad itself will not be visible, only the rocket in flight - $ 150 + tax

The second version of the observation deck on the territory of NASA just 3.9 miles from the launch pad with a direct view of it - $ 250 + tax

After paying for the place on the tour, buy tickets for the observation deck here: https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/info/tickets#VIPLaunchViewing
United States
Cape Canaveral
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Event time
From: 2pm To: 3am
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