Monday, April 14, 2014

The #SpaceShuttle #Atlantis Attraction in #KennedySpaceCenter

The excitement of seeing the Space Shuttle Atlantis up-close is so unreal. The Atlantis is a space shuttle orbiter. It's first flight was in October of 1985 carrying a payload for the US Department of Defense. In July 8, 2011, Atlantis made it's final mission before it retired and made Florida it's final home at the Kennedy Space Center. It made 33 missions and was able to deploy 14 satellites.

The front fa├žade of Atlantis attraction at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The view from the inside of Atlantis building.
The bus parking lot down below.
The Atlantis up-close.
The Atlantis building in Kennedy Space Center, Florida.

Watch out next week for more photos of the inside look of Atlantis.
Atlantis is my favorite attraction at the Kennedy Space Center.

This Spring break, you should visit the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It's about an hour drive from Orlando. I can assure you that you will be delighted to be here. I will be seeing you in Florida soon.

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