Space Shuttle Launch Tours --"E-Blast Service"
|Due to the extremely high demand for the remaining shuttle launch tours, Kennedy Space Center and NASA have changed the policy on accepting advanced or pre-booking reservations of the Space Shuttle Launch Tour.|
In response to that change, we have developed a notification system that will allow our clients the best possible chance of getting a seat on the remaining Space Shuttle Launch Tours when they become available from our provider. This is not the same service that Kennedy Space Center is going to have for their reservations, we are contracted with Kennedy Space Center to sell seats. Our block of seats is a separate block than the block that Kennedy Space Center has, giving our clients the best opportunity for reserving a seat on the final space shuttle launch tours.
We are pleased to announce our new service for our Space Shuttle Launch Tours – – it is called our "E-Blast Service" just fill out the simple form below and your registered.
The primary feature of the E-Blast Service, is that the moment that our provider makes these reservations available, we will send out an e-mail to everyone with links to all of our sites so you can make your online reservation for a Space Shuttle Launch Tour.
We have multiple sites available online for you to visit and make a reservation for a Space Shuttle Launch Tour. Also we will be e-mail everyone who's signed up for the E-Blast Service any updates or changes to the launch schedule.
Special Alert!!!! Kennedy Space Center and NASA are may be using all of the NASA Causeway for invited guests only. There may no public access to the NASA Causeway. We might not have the VIP space shuttle launch tours for the last shuttle launches. We will have the Regular Kennedy Space Center Shuttle Launch Tours, which you will be well viewing the shuttle launch from the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
The possible viewing sties avails for watching the Space Shuttle Launch, on our tours.
VIP shuttle launch tour -- viewing from the NASA Causeway. 6 miles from the launch pad a direct view of the shuttle on the pad
Regular shuttle launch tour -- viewing from the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. 7 miles from the launch pad, will see the shuttle after it clears the treeline, about 3 to 4 seconds after liftoff.
Cocoa Beach shuttle launch tour -- viewing from Cocoa Beach (near the Cocoa Beach Pier). 12 miles from the launch pad, view of the shuttle on the pad, but just a tiny speck, you can see and hear the lunch from Cocoa Beach.
All public viewing areas are at least 12 miles from the launch pad.