Building the future of space travel

Thursday, Apr 28, 2022 0

A STEAM Exploration Series has come to life through a new exhibit at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

The digital STEAM learning series, created in collaboration with NASA, was designed to engage students.

The new exhibit helps expands young minds’ understanding of the space industry through interactive displays.

The STEAM learning experience introduces guests to the LEGO® Space Team, which features LEGO minifigures as members of the flight and ground crews.

Visitors will even catch a glimpse of some of the cool creations students came up with throughout the ten-week series.

The exhibit will feature favorite LEGO Space Team minifigures in life-sized form.

“Our primary goal at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is to educate and inspire the next generation of space explorers,” Therrin Protze, chief operating officer, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, said.

Guests can enjoy the free-build table and a photo-op that lets them become a member of the LEGO Space Team.

Build to Launch: A STEAM Exploration Series is a collaboration with NASA featuring interactive episodes.

Designed for students in grades K – 12, the series explains careers at NASA (from flight controllers to astronauts and engineers).

More information about the Build to Launch exhibit at 

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