Kennedy Space Centre Enjoys NASA Launch

Kennedy Space Centre Enjoys NASA Launch
Those lucky enough to have been invited to the Kennedy Space Centre last weekend were treated to a spectacular sight as the latest NASA mission blasted off from Cape Canaveral.

13,000 guests were invited to experience the launch of the Mars mission from the Kennedy Space Centre, the first launch in four years. The rocket was carrying the latest Mars Rover, a machine the size of a large 4x4, which is winging its way to the red planet to perform experiments on the planet’s surface.

The Kennedy Space Centre wasn’t the only place getting in on the fun though, as NASA teamed up with Legoland in a spacecraft-building event for children this Thanksgiving holiday; an event that lured in those with Orlando tickets by offering up over 800,000 Lego bricks to play with. This new mission is hoped to tap into more information about Mars than any of the Rover missions before and, providing the landing on Mars is successful, may well usher in a new age of space programs.

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