Space Travel and Exploration
What is the distance from Orlando to kennedy space center?
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What is the distance from Orlando Florida to Kennedy Space Center?
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What is the driving distance between jacksonville Florida and the Kennedy space center?
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What is the distance in miles between Kennedy space center and Orlando Florida?
What is the distance from Ft. Lauderdale to the Kennedy Space Center?
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Where is the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex located?
What state are space shuttles launched from?
Where is the Kennedy Space Center located?
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Is Orlando the sight of NASA?
Orlando Florida is about 45 miles west of the Kennedy Space Center and the Canaveral Air Force Base. Depending on the weather conditions, a rocket might be glimpsed from Orlando but the space center is most likely out of sight. Additionally, the rockets will be traveling east, away from Orlando, to take maximum advantage of the Earth's rotation.
How are cape canaveral and the Kennedy space center alike?
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What is the Kennedy space center?
The Kennedy space center is a space center where they do space stuff and launch and land space shuttles and do a bunch of scientific stuff there and it's in Florida! The Kennedy Space center is NASA's (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) space vehicle launch place and Launch Control Center. It is located on Merritt Island near Cape Canaveral in Florida.
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What was the Kennedy space center called before Kennedy died?
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What city in Florida was the first space shuttle launched from?
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Why does a space shuttle take off at the Kennedy Space Center and land at the Johnson Space Center in TX?
The space shuttle launches from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and has landed both back at the Kennedy Space Center but also at the Edwards Air Force Base in California and the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico most recently due to poor weather at the Kennedy Space Center. Landing facilities at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX are limited and cannot support the space shuttle.