NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Opens A NEW Exhibit & Ride! | Touring Gateway: Deep Space Launch Complex

In today’s vlog we head to the Space Coast to Kennedy Space Center for the grand opening of their newest exhibit and ride in Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex! Where we discover the current and upcoming cutting edge innovations of space exploration from NASA and their partners. Then enter the spaceport of the future and launch aboard one of four unforgettable journeys to distant worlds on an immersive ride. We were able to show you the static video portion of the ride as well! We also got to see space flown artifacts, that was one of my favorite parts of the new exhibit! We also take a look at the Space Shuttle Atlantis, which was the last Space Shuttle ever flown. This was a really exciting trip to KSC and we hope you had fun joining along on this adventure! Thank you for watching and we’ll see you tomorrow with a new vid!

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