Click Education Services

NASA Tour

“Life is a journey with problems to solve, lessons to learn, but most of all, experience to enjoy.”

Click Education Services: Tour Highlights

Click Education Services presents a great opportunity for every student to achieve his dream of getting closer to stars.

It’s an enriching experience that comes once in a lifetime. 

It is a 10-days educational and cultural tour to U.S.A.

It is an opportunity for students to work in team, gain, share knowledge and get trained in World’s best possible infrastructure and facilities under the supervision of eminent Scientists.

The voyage brings together the essence of all aspects of a great trip in one fabulous package viz. great leisure, world class entertainment, unparalleled education, cutting edge technology and truly out-of-this World experience.

The Program has been designed for students between 5th to 12th grade.

Kennedy Space Center (KSC) – NASA, offers a magnificent educational and entertainment experience to students and people of all ages. Here students get a chance to explore, experience and interact through space shuttle mission simulations.

Orlando, where KSC is situated, is itself a world class tourist destination. It is a home to few of the world’s largest theme parks viz. the Disney’s World, Sea World and Universal Studios.

Highlights of the Tour:

  • Two days of guided instructions at Kennedy Space Center, led by experienced educators
  • A guided bus tour, which includes an exclusive KSC guide tour booklet
  • KSC Certificates of completion
  • All activity materials and supplies
  • Customized program preparation and development by a KSC Senior Educator
  • Enriching space activities
  • Autographed Astronaut Souvenirs
  • Disney World
  • Universal Studio / Sea World

The John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) is the NASA facility supporting Launch Complex 39 (LC-39), originally built for the Saturn V, the largest and most powerful operational launch vehicle in history, for the Apollo manned Moon landing program proposed by President John F. Kennedy. It was named in honor of Kennedy by his successor, President Lyndon B. Johnson, shortly after Kennedy’s death in 1963.

Since the end of the Apollo program in 1972, LC-39 has been used to launch every NASA human space flight, including Skylab (1973), the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project(1974), and the Space Shuttle program (1981-2011). KSC also has a facility which was used for landing the reusable Space Shuttle orbiters when weather permitted.

KSC continues to manage and operate unmanned rocket launch facilities for the U.S. government’s civilian space program from three pads at the adjoining Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Its Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) is the fourth-largest structure in the world by volume, and was the largest when completed in 1965.

On December 5, 2014, the KSC launched the first unmanned flight test of the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV), currently under development to facilitate human exploration of the Moon, asteroids, and Mars.

Located on Merritt Island, Florida, the center is north-northwest of Cape Canaveral on the Atlantic Ocean, midway between Miami and Jacksonville on Florida’s Space Coast. It is 34 miles (55 km) long and roughly 6 miles (10 km) wide, covering 219 square miles (570 km2).

Modules during stay at KSC

 Shuttle Launch Experience

The students embark on a journey to the Space in a Real Life Space Shuttle with all paraphernalia and precautions which an Astronaut uses. Vrooom…Wrannngggg….Booommmm….and the Space Shuttle gets lifted off in the air and rushes towards breaking the Gravity barrier and enter the Space. This truly out of this World experience is 100% simulated and gives the students and Teachers a real life feel of journeying in a Space Shuttle.

Rocket Garden and Early Space Exploration

Educators introduce the concept of space travel by guiding students through the early years of KSC. Students encounter and photograph the actual rockets, spaceships spacecraft and spacesuits from the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs while hearing stories of our early space heroes. Educators guide them through a detailed explanation of the operation of Launch Complex 39 where Apollo 11 started its historic journey to the moon. Students construct, then launch, their own air rockets in a field adjacent to the huge rockets in the historical Rocket Garden. Prizes are awarded for distance, design and accuracy.

Apollo/Saturn V Center

You encounter an actual Moon Rocket and witness man’s first launch into lunar orbit and the first footstep on the Moon.

Atlantis

Atlantis is back and how! The Space Machine which has the maximum number of space sojourns to its credit has found its permanent home at KSC. Atlantis offers a very exciting and educating experience to people of all age groups, specially students.

World Space Agencies

Students receive an up to date briefing on the state of international space efforts. Educators will highlight the achievements of each space faring nation,.

3D-IMAX Films

Students view fantastic 3-D IMAX films on the International Space Station on one of Kennedy Space Center’s 5-story IMAX screens.

Lunch with an Astronaut

Students experience a buffet lunch and meet an actual space explorer, who will talk about the future of space exploration. Students are encouraged to ask questions and later they receive an autographed souvenir from their astronaut guest.

International Space Station Center (ISS)

Students can explore full-scale models of International Space Station modules to learn about daily life aboard the ISS, and the various types of research and science being conducted by the international crew of astronauts on board. They will see actual flight equipment, international modules and hardware of the ISS on the processing floor of KSC being prepared for liftoff aboard the Space Shuttle.

Astronaut Hall of Fame

Campers enjoy a guided tour of Astronaut memorabilia and an actual Mercury and Apollo spacecraft ship. They will also experience a variety of simulations on in our Simulator room. This includes our G-force centrifuge, shuttle-landing simulator, and mission to mars.

Astronaut Training Experience (ATX)

Its time to live your dreams!

Through ATX Program you can test yourself and see if you are a right stuff to become a NASA Astronaut.

This exciting half-day of hands-on training is the closest most people ever get to going into orbit. Your ATX training includes operating a full-scale shuttle mock-up and taking the helm in mission control. The entire program was designed with the help of NASA astronauts, so you know it’s as real as it gets!

Robotic Camp

Robotics camp offers students a concentration in robotics and gives students hands-on technical skills.  Robotics camp explores the principles, tools and skills of programming and building robots combined with team building, programming and obstacle course challenges.

Students then meet a veteran NASA astronaut, who talks about the future of space exploration. Students are encouraged to ask questions, and later they receive an autographed souvenir from their astronaut guest.

 

Disney World, Universal Studio & Sea World

Apart from education, students will enjoy the magical attractions of Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studio and Sea World.

Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom, one of four theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort, is among the most visited theme parks in the world. It captures the enchantment of fairy tales with exciting entertainment, classic attractions, backstage tours and beloved Disney Characters.

Epcot

Epcot is another one of the prominent theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort, dedicated to international culture and technological innovations. It is the third most visited theme park in United States, and ranks sixth among the most visited parks of the world.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Hollywood Studios, a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort offers behind-the-scenes glimpses of Hollywood-style action with live shows, thrilling attraction, backstage tours and special events dedicated purely to entertainment, all exclusively at this park. It is the fourth most visited amusement park in United States and seventh most visited in the world.

Animal Kingdom

The first Disney Theme Park subjected entirely around conservation, accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, signifying the exceeding standards that have been met in Education, Conservation and Research.

Universal Studio

Universal Studios has plenty for younger kids like the E.T. Adventure, a fanciful experience where one rides its own bike through the night sky.

Sea World

Sea World is a combination of both marine life park with compelling stadium shows and a rider park that features variety of thriller rides, wild coasters and other breath taking attractions. The parks feature captive orca, sea lion and dolphin shows along with zoological displays featuring various other marine animals. The students can opt for any two out of Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World.

New York City Tour

The City that never Sleeps…New York; the City of Sky Scrapers…New York; the City of Spiderman…New York…!!!

New York offers the following amazing and world famous attractions to the students:

  • Empire State Building
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Twin Tower Memorial
  • Rockerfeller Center
  • Time Square

 

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