It has been revealed in a new report that the Kennedy Space Center would complete its 50 years of establishment on Sunday, July 1 this year.
As per the findings, a giant program is to be held at the Astronaut Encounter Theater for the celebration of its golden jubilee. The same would be conducted by Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex along with the participation of a team of NASA officials.
The team would be carrying out a discussion dubbed “Kennedy Space Center: Past, Present and Future”. Covering recent tasks like the dynamic transformation underway, the meeting would probably start at around 2 p. m.
Also, at around 3 in the afternoon, a musical salute is to be presented to the historic spaceport by the Orlando Concert Band of 65 members. The same would be held at the visitor complex’s NASA Central area. The selections, including “Apollo 13”, “Armed Forces Salute” and “The Stars and Stripes Forever” which would be led by Associate Music Director Aaron Lefkowitz.
It is being said that NASA has been asked to involve Carol Scott of the Program Control and Integration Office also in the program, which is aimed at facilitating commercial vehicle development as well as safe landing of NASA astronauts.
US Business News
New Zealand News
- After Suspected Botulism, CFIA Warns People
- Health Care Education Necessary for the Future of Province: Analysts
- B.C. Government Grants $700,000 for Managing Facial Deformities
- Michelle Shocked delivers hate speech about homosexuality at her gig
- Guess who Justin Bieber got burned by?!! His ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez