Rocket Launch Viewing Sites: Titusville

Rocket Launch Viewing Sites: Titusville

Of all of the incredible places to watch a launch on Florida’s Space Coast, Titusville truly has some of the best. Bordering the Indian River Lagoon, Titusville boasts breath-taking waterfront views of rocket launches, or you can even get right up close to the action...
SpaceX Rocket Launch makes history again

SpaceX Rocket Launch makes history again

SpaceX Rocket Launch makes history again On March 30, 2017 SpaceX launched the Falcon 9 rocket carrying the SES 10 communications satellite. No big deal, right? You may think that, but they may have revolutionized future space travel and exploration as we know it....
Mars Concept Art Print

Mars Concept Art Print

Space has always been the final frontier. But usually this frontier was only ever reached and explored in science fiction movies. #ThanksMattDamon That’s all about to change. NASA and private companies like SpaceX have thrown down the gauntlet and we are in...
Rocket Launches Viewing Sites: Port Canaveral

Rocket Launches Viewing Sites: Port Canaveral

Watching a rocket launch from Cape Canaveral is a breathtaking and exhilarating experience that you’ll remember for a very long time. There are countless incredible places to view a launch along Florida’s Space Coast, but some incredible spots can be found in Port...
August Solar Watch

August Solar Watch

As Summer comes to a close, the Fall season brings with it many celestial sights you won’t want to miss. View plants simultaneously, catch a meteor shower, and grab your telescope to get an up-close look of Jupiter. Mark your calendars, because here are a few exciting...
3 Unexpected Ways to Experience a Rocket Launch

3 Unexpected Ways to Experience a Rocket Launch

Rocket launches from Florida’s Space Coast are a unique and spectacular sight: booming from the tip of Cape Canaveral at the Kennedy Space Center, the high-arcing fireball rumbles into the cosmos above, and it is a memory not soon forgotten. One thing that does not...