History at High Noon: Space and the Sunshine State
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On July 16, 1969, the Apollo 11 mission launched from the Kennedy Space Center. Fifty years later, Florida celebrates the remarkable influence our state has had on space travel.
Join the Museum of Florida History as Michelle Sunset, Exhibits Manager at Florida Historic Capitol Museum, presents Florida-specific stories about the naming of Cape Canaveral/Kennedy Space Center, the relationship between NASA and Disney, and astronaut John Young. She will also discuss the Florida Historic Capitol Museum’s temporary exhibit, The Moon, Stars, and Sunshine State.
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500 S Bronough St, R.A. Gray Building, Tallahassee, FL 32399
Lot E: Parking garage adjacent to the Museum. Metered Spaces: Martin Luther King Blvd. BUS Parking: Bus parking available at the rear of the building. Additional Parking: Kleman Plaza (Bronough / Duval St.) and the Civic Center (Pensacola St.)
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