ROCKET LAUNCH: SpaceX Falcon Heavy USSF-44 Launch Complex 39A Kennedy Space Center It's been almost over 40 months since

40 months since the Falcon Heavy launch! Be very sure to reserve your spot to fly the most powerful rocket.

Very soon the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch the USSF-44 mission for the US Space Force. The mission is highly expected

to place approximately two spacecraft payloads directly into geosynchronous orbit, one of which is the TETRA 1 microsatellite.

For launch, the boosters on the two sides of the Falcon Heavy will land it on Landing Zone 1 and Landing Zone 2 at Cape 

Canaveral Space Force Station, and will be a major extension of the main stage. During this double landing, you will be able to 

see the booster landing back towards the landing zone. heat launch viewing package Get as close to the launch pad as you can. 

Watch the rocket leave the pad from here! Gain exclusive access to the fine exhibits and attractions of the Apollo or Saturn

V Center during the launch window. Where: At the Apollo or Saturn V Center at Banana Creek Launch Viewing Area

Distance: Approx.6.27 kms Price: $250 plus tax, available online only Inclusion: The launch viewing packages are very well supported by two

launch attempts and an additional daily admission ticket that is valid to use within 30 days after launch.

Bus transportation to the Apollo or Saturn V Center is available through the gates of NASA. Important Notice:

Check-in for Feel the Heat begins at 5:30 a.m.; Bus boarding starts at 6:00 am. Launch viewing packages are open to all,

Bus boarding starts at 6:00 am. Launch viewing packages are open to all, but children must be accompanied by an adult