OA-6 Is Currently Scheduled For: March 22, 2016
Launch Time: ~11:05 p.m.

 

Receptions:

March 21, 2016, 6:00-9:00 pm, Orbital ATK and ULA Pre-Launch Reception at Miliken's Reef

683 Dave Nisbet Dr, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920

March 22, 2016, 5:00-7:00 pm, DreamUp Pre-Launch Reception at FishLips

610 Glen Cheek Dr, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 (RSVP Here.)


Registration is closed!

Deadline to RSVP for the launch was February 1, 2016 at 12:00 pm EST.

 

Our Launch Team

 

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Hi! I'm Abby Dickes. I am NanoRacks' Marketing and Communication Manager (yes, that's me with Bill Nye!), and I am also your main point of contact for your myLAUNCH registration and launch attendance.

I'm so excited to work with you to make your launch viewing the experience of a lifetime. There really is nothing more special than watching a rocket (with your payload!) leave the planet. You're in for a real treat.

If you have any questions along the way, please don't hesitate to send me a message. My email is adickes@nanoracks.com.

Be sure to fill out all required details in the registration form, and scroll down to learn more about the launch site and how to plan your trip. When you register, you will be getting an email from me as well with important information.

Go Cygnus! 


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Mary Murphy

Internal Payloads Manager

KirkWoellert

Kirk Woellert

External Payloads Manager

ConorBrown

Conor Brown

External Payloads Coordinator

CarlCarruthers

Carl Carruthers

Chief Scientist

 

How Do I Get To Kennedy Space Center?

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IMPORTANT:

If you are flying in for the launch, it is EXTREMELY important that you book a flight with little or no change fees. Launches often slip, and those changes are out of our control. There is always a chance you will need to change flights if a launch date changes, and we want to make sure you can join us no matter what! 

Note: DreamUp and NanoRacks do not compensate for flight costs, change fees, or other travel expenses.

Getting to Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center, SR. 405, Florida 32899

 
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Where Do I Stay?

Here are a few hotels that we've stayed at. There are plenty in the area - both more and less expensive than what we've suggested below. Local areas to stay are Cocoa Beach and Titusville.

 

Best Western Ocean Beach Hotel

5600 N. Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931

La Quinta Inn and Suites Cocoa Beach

1 Hendry Ave., Cocoa Beach, FL 32931

Cocoa Beach Suites Hotel

3655 N. Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931

Comfort Inn & Suites Port Canaveral

3901 N Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach, FL 32931

 

What's Included With My VIP Access?

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FREE, limited admission, to the Kennedy Space Center Vistor's Complex. Enjoy the wonders and history of the United States' space program.

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Pending FAA Permission, there may be an opportunity to go right up to the launch pad and watch the rocket rise. This is on a case by case basis.

Milliken's Reef

We do our best to coordinate a luncheon or event with our customers. The launch company may host a reception, we may, but we'll make sure you enjoy it!

& of course the launch! 


As we get closer, we'll be posting more details - a packing list, documentation you need to bring, parking passes, & more. But for now, just get excited!


The Boring Legal Stuff:

This is a service offered by NanoRacks, and in no way can we guarantee the launch date, mission success, or access to the launch site. This is purely to enhance the customer experience. NanoRacks will not provide any monetary compensation for travel or accommodations The myLAUNCH Portal is a trademarked program.