Travel to Mars For a Day in All New Program at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

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In this all-new program, students travel to the Red Planet for a day to live and work on Mars Base 1

In this all-new program, students travel to the Red Planet for a day to live and work on Mars Base 1. Set in a landscape of the future, Rookie Astronaut teams have the unique opportunity to travel to Mars through the Mars Transporter Vehicle. (NASA image)

BREVARD COUNTY • KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA – In an all-new Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex program, students travel to the Red Planet for a day to live and work on Mars Base 1.

Set in a landscape of the future, rookie astronaut teams have the unique opportunity to travel to Mars through the Mars Transporter Vehicle.

Once there, work through the challenges of living on the Martian surface: manage the Base Operations Center on Mars, grow and harvest plants in the Botany Lab, and collect and analyze data that will be sent to real NASA scientists. Rookie Astronauts will also need to optimize energy intake for the Base by programming robots to clear debris from solar panels.

Students will leave Mars with a better understanding of how to adapt to life away from Earth. It is an experience unlike any other on the planet! View available dates below.

Time: 5 – 7 hours, beginning at 9:30 a.m.

Trainees: Individuals or groups, ages 10 and older

Price: $150 (plus tax)

2018 AVAILABLE DATES

September: 5, 16, 19, 30
October: 14, 24, 28
November: 3, 7, 18, 21, 24
December: 5, 15, 19, 23

CLICK HERE TO RESERVE A TRIP: Trainee groups larger than 10 must reserve their spot by calling 855-433-4210 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST. 

NOTE: Admission to the Astronaut Training Experience does not include daily admission to the visitor complex, but daily admission is not required to participate.

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