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Area hotels tend to book up early and people often choose to stay a day or two after the launch to tour the area or in case the shuttle is rescheduled for the following day.
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Anywhere along Titusville’s shoreline will give you the closest unobstructed view of the LaunchPads. For the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Select telecast, restrooms, food, and more we suggest Titusville’s, Spaceview Park.
You will see the rocket on the pad, ignition, and liftoff. It is a picture-perfect view on clear day or night, allowing you to see, feel, and hear launch from the shores of Titusville.
Parking is limited but free!
The local parks have restroom facilities and in some places, extra facilities are put into place for the launch.
This depends on the type of launch taking place. Typically the beach will remain open for smaller rockets, such as Falcon 9, Delta IV Medium, and Atlas V. Larger rockets, such as the Delta IV Heavy or the future SLS will likely cause the beach to close temporarily. For more information, call the Cape Canaveral National Seashore at 321-267-1110 for further information.
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