Space in Huntsville
How to Enjoy the U.S. Space and Rocket Center
Plan your visit to the Space & Rocket Center to get the most out of your trip.
In the Beginning: US Space & Rocket Center
Find out how the largest space museum in the world got its humble start and the impact it has had on Huntsville and the state of Alabama.
How to Register For Space Camp
If you've always wanted to be an astronaut or just experience what it might be like, then Space Camp is for you! Here's a step by step guide to getting registered.
Who Wants to be an Rocket Scientist Trivia Quiz - Question 1
Test your knowledge about space with this simple quiz and learn about the US space program in the process.
WII Rockets in Special Exhibit at U.S. Space & Rocket Center
Aviation and WWI buffs will won't to make a special trip to the U.S. Space & Robert Center to view a special exhibit a V-2 rocket.
The Unseen Majesty of Science by Von Braun Forum
The Von Braun Forum sponsored a spectacular display of lights, music, science and imagination for the 15th Annual Event.
U.S. Space & Rocket Center Remember Columbia Astronauts
The U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville was a logical choice for residents and visitors to gather to pay tribute to the Space Shuttle Columbia's seven astronauts who died February 1, 2003.
Huntsville Remembers Columbia Astronauts
Huntsville gathered together on Wednesday, February 5, 2003 to pay tribute to the brave Columbia STS-107 astronauts who gave their lives to further exploration of space.
VIP Space Camp for Adults
Space Camp isn't just for children--here are photos of former Astronaut Bob Springer and some other adults taking part in camp at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.
Book on Space Camp--A Smile as Big as the Moon
This is an inspirational story of how two special ed school teachers defied all odds to bring their students to Space Camp.
Rocket City, USA
Huntsville has a history of pioneering the US Space Program, housing the largest Space Museum in the world, and hosting Space Camp.
Dr. Wehrner von Braun
German scientist who moved to Huntsville in the 1950's and pioneered the space program for the US.
Liftoff to Space Exploration
MSFC site contains NASA updates, info on spacecrafts, the universe, living in space, tracking satellites and fundamental tools of space and engineering.
Global Hydrology and Climate Center is another part of NASA's work in Huntsville. There's a lightning primer, dataset info, space research and observations.
Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA center in Huntsville provides information on space projects, science, education, news, and community involvement.
MSFC's NASA site for kids with features that include Space & Beyond, Rockets & Airplanes, Projects & Games, and Pioneers & Astronauts.
Since 1950, the home of the leading authority in space technology. Contains history, current news, home page for the Army and AMC, and community info.
US Space and Rocket Center
One of the world's largest space museums, open all year round.
Von Braun Astronomical Society
A planetarium and observatory in Monte Sano State Park founded with the supervision of Werner Von Baum. Programs every other Saturday, observation following.