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Project Apollo Exhibit

Brazoria County Historical Museum 100 E. Cedar, Angleton, Texas

On May 5, 1961, the United States successfully launched the first American into space. It was a brief (15-minute) sub-orbital flight, but it gave the U.S. the confidence to further prove its technological capabilities in the new space age. Only twenty days later, President John F. Kennedy went before Congress and called for a national […]

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Project Apollo Exhibit

Brazoria County Historical Museum 100 E. Cedar, Angleton, Texas

On May 5, 1961, the United States successfully launched the first American into space. It was a brief (15-minute) sub-orbital flight, but it gave the U.S. the confidence to further prove its technological capabilities in the new space age. Only twenty days later, President John F. Kennedy went before Congress and called for a national […]

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Planetarium Show

Center for the Arts & Sciences 400 College Blvd., Clute, TX, United States

Features a 30-foot dome equipped with a Spitz Star Ball projector to produce the night sky as it appears to the naked eye, together with a large variety of high tech equipment to give a close- up feel for things like comets, exploding stars, and black holes.

$3.00 – $5.00
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Project Apollo Exhibit

Brazoria County Historical Museum 100 E. Cedar, Angleton, Texas

On May 5, 1961, the United States successfully launched the first American into space. It was a brief (15-minute) sub-orbital flight, but it gave the U.S. the confidence to further prove its technological capabilities in the new space age. Only twenty days later, President John F. Kennedy went before Congress and called for a national […]