Atlantis
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01.18.2012

Atlantis "In Flight" Display Image

A PEEK INTO THE FUTURE - Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex was selected by NASA on April 12, 2011, to permanently display space shuttle orbiter Atlantis. This initial design concept for a new orbiter exhibit showcases the orbiter as it appears "in flight."
Atlantis Exhibit Exterior Entrance with ET-SRB
Resolutions:
01.18.2012

Atlantis Exhibit Exterior Entrance with ET-SRB

READY FOR LAUNCH! - A full scale external tank and twin solid rocket booster replicas will stand at the Atlantis exhibit entrance, preparing to launch guests deep into the 30 year history of the Space Shuttle Program.
Atlantis Exterior Reveal Image
Resolutions:
01.18.2012

Atlantis Exterior Reveal Image

STYLE AND SUBSTANCE - The stylized shape of the new home for Atlantis incorporates hues of orange and gold to represent both the heat and the bright colors of re-entry. Special gray colored tiling has been incoporated into the building's design to represent the space shuttle tiles that protected the orbiter from the heat of re-entry.
Apollo/Saturn V Center
Resolutions:
08.08.2016

Apollo/Saturn V Center

The Apollo/Saturn V Center pays homage to the people and machines that made the improbable possible and the future seem bigger than we ever dared to dream.
The Boeing Company announced as the title sponsor of the upcoming attraction Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®
Resolutions:
06.30.2016

The Boeing Company announced as the title sponsor of the upcoming attraction Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®

During the morning ceremony, a ten-foot long silhouette of an X-15 rocket plane was raised to the top of the building. The X-15, which was manufactured by a legacy Boeing company, North American Aviation, flew for nearly a decade, achieving hypersonic speeds and exploring the upper edge of the Earth’s atmosphere. 
Executives sign the support beam for the new Heroes & Legends attraction featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® at the visitor complex.
Resolutions:
06.30.2016

Executives sign the support beam for the new Heroes & Legends attraction featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® at the visitor complex.

In a ceremony today The Boeing Company was announced as the title sponsor of the new attraction. Pictured L-R: Therrin Protze, chief operating officer, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex; John Elbon, vice president & general manager of Space Exploration, The Boeing Company; Robert Cabana, director, John F. Kennedy Space Center.