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Kennedy Space Center

The John F. Kennedy Space Center is the site where all U.S. human space flight missions have launched. From the early days of Project Mercury to today’s space shuttles, one of the best places to watch these dramatic events has been the Apollo/Saturn V Center conference room at the Space Center.

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