Nasa Visitor Complex to  Space Travel

Open 'Gateway' to Future of

If NASA's Kennedy Space 

Center Visitor Complex serves as a theme park for the space set, then its newest attraction is the agency's own take on "Tomorrowland."

"Gateway: The Deep Space

 Launch Complex," opening on June 15, invites the public to not just step, but fly into the future of space travel.

Unlike the fantasy-based

 experiences found elsewhere in Florida, though, Gateway grounds itself in the real activities of the United States' 21st century multi-user spaceport.

Upon entering Gateway,

 visitor center guests become "space travelers" and are immediately surrounded by authentic flight-flown hardware

Some of the spacecraft

 are transplants from the center's previous "NASA Now" gallery, such as the Orion Exploration Flight Test-1

As a showcase of the 

now and the near future(opens in new tab), the gallery is designed to advance as new developments are made in spaceflight.

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