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All Systems Are Go As Charlie Brown & Friends Blast Into Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

With Artemis 1 now successfully launched towards the moon, Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex has announced a brand new attraction called All Systems Are Go, an original live, immersive educational entertainment experience featuring the ever popular Peanuts characters, including Snoopy, Woodstock, Charlie Brown, Sally, Linus, Lucy, Franklin and Schroeder.

All Systems Are Go will take guests on a journey through NASA’s history, the Artemis missions, and the future of space travel.

All Systems Are Go With Charlie Brown & Friends Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

The 20-minute experience, included with admission and offered daily, will feature the Peanuts gang appearing as four to five-foot-tall articulated characters operated by puppeteers. The characters will narrate the iconic history of NASA, the Artemis missions, and future plans in an educational and imaginatively enlightening way for the whole family. NASA’s Artemis missions will land the first woman and first person of color on the Moon and establish the first long-term presence on the Moon.

All Systems Are Go With Charlie Brown & Friends Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

This brand new experience is scheduled to arrive at the Universe Theater in spring 2023.

The new All Systems Are Go show will see the 300 seat Universe Theater transformed with Dolby Atmos sound, motorized scrims and more than 20 integrated laser projectors to enhance the project’s high-end immersive edutainment experience.

The show will feature original orchestral score in an eclectic mix of orchestral, contemporary, and jazz styles. Using augmented reality interactive technology, audience members will be able to use their smartphones to scan the environment to discover space elements and a music sequence.

Therrin Protze, Chief Operating Officer at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex said “Guests of all ages will love the experience from start to finish.”

Snoopy, the Zero G Indicator Artemis I NASA’s Kennedy Space Center  Orion

Snoopy, the Zero G Indicator for the Artemis I mission, was delivered to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on Dec. 2, 2021, before being loaded into the Orion spacecraft which is travelling towards the moon right now!

Zero gravity indicators are small items carried aboard spacecraft that provide a visual indicator when a spacecraft has reached the weightlessness of microgravity.

Without astronauts aboard Orion, Snoopy will help share the journey with the world as he rides along in the cabin.

NASA is collaborating under an agreement with Peanuts to educate and share information about Snoopy’s journey and the mission, inspiring generations to dream big.

All Systems Are Go With Charlie Brown & Friends Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Logo

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex brings to life the epic story of the U.S. space program, offering multiple days of fun, inspiration and educational activities.

Included with admission: The all-new Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex, Heroes & Legends, featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®, presented by Boeing, Space Shuttle Atlantis®, Journey To Mars: Explorers Wanted, space films, the Rocket Garden, Planet Play and the Apollo/Saturn V Center.

Just 45 minutes from Orlando, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is opens daily at 9 a.m. with closing times varying by season.

The new, two-day ticket, which can be used for up to six months from purchase and averages to a cost of less than $45 per day, is now available for $89 per adult and $79 per child.

Single-day admission is $75 per adult, $65 per child.

For more information, call 877-313-2610 or visit

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