Imagine you could build a time machine and transport yourself back to 1492 on the deck of the Santa Maria, sharing a telescope with the great explorer Christopher Columbus himself, discovering new worlds with purpose and adventure. Of course there is no such thing as a time machine….yet! That doesn’t mean, however, we cant experience the same sense of discovery in the here and now.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration was established in 1958 and since its foundation has achieved goals, objectives, and technological advancements unrivaled in human history. Some would argue that they have become victim of their own success, doing it so well, so often, for so long, that we have almost become numb to the incredible accomplishments they deliver.
Thanks to the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex we can renew our appreciation and fascination for aeronautical and space exploration in an educational, entertaining and interactive environment. Get an insight into NASA’s past, present and future and how their main initiatives are more essential today than ever before.
Check out the video of my visit to the KSC and make it a priority to visit in person.