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Kennedy Space Center Offering New Virtual Lessons On Space Exploration

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is offering new virtual lessons as part of its Club Discovery program.

​The virtual experience is designed for kids in grades three through six and includes STEM-based activities on space exploration.

As part of the program, kids can participate in a three-hour virtual lesson conducted by a KSC educator.

Upcoming lessons include Mission Moon Base on April 8 and Earth Day on April 22. Both experiences start 1 p.m. ET.

During Mission Moon Base, kids will learn what it takes to build a base and live on the moon. For Earth Day, kids will learn to grow plants with at-home hydroponics and learn about reusing rock pieces.

The virtual experience costs $30 per student. Kennedy Space Center annual pass holders can receive a 10% discount by calling the reservations team at 855-433-4210. For more information, visit


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