Kennedy Space Center, FL – Guests may secure their SPACE to come face to face with the very heroes that launched America into the history books. Tickets are now available online at www.AstronautScholarship.org/aams for the world’s largest Astronaut Autograph and Memorabilia Show set for this November 6 - 7 at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (KSCVC), FL.
The show, which benefits the nonprofit Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF), is in its third year and promises to be the best yet, boasting such notable names as Mercury 7 astronaut Scott Carpenter, Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell and Apollo 16 moonwalker Charlie Duke. In all, more than 30 celebrity astronauts and space icons will participate in this exciting space-infused weekend. Guests may bring their own items to be signed or purchase memorabilia at the show from some of the most elite space artifact dealers in the industry.
“You don’t have to be an autograph collector to take home the ultimate space experience this November,” said ASF Executive Director Linn LeBlanc. “Spending time with these American heroes is an amazing experience; one which show-goers will be able to cherish for the rest of their lives.”
Space fans can choose from three ticket packages ranging from $250 - $550 in price and include such perks as astronaut autograph sessions, photo opportunities with astronauts, discussions led by legends, special astronaut dinners, space simulator rides, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex admission, access to a unique space auction and much more. Show-only admission tickets are available for $10 (does not include KSCVC admission required for entry to the show area). Astronaut autographs are at an additional fee.
For more information or to purchase tickets visit www.AstronautScholarship.org or call 321-455-7014.
The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF) is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization established in 1984 by the six surviving members of America’s original Mercury astronauts. Its mission is to aid the United States in retaining its world leadership in science and technology by providing scholarships for college students who exhibit motivation, imagination, and exceptional performance in these fields. ASF has awarded more than $3 million to deserving students nationwide. Today, more than 80 astronauts from the Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, Space Shuttle and Space Station Programs have joined in this educational endeavor. For more information, call 321-455-7012 or log on to www.AstronautScholarship.org.