While most of us will never get a chance to rocket into space, we will always have a fascination with the skies above us & beyond our galaxy. Those with a soft spot for space can actually watch a rocket launch in Florida.\nThose who want to experience the wonder that is watching a rocket shoot off into the relatively unknown galaxy will have the opportunity on December 4th.\nThe SpaceX Falcon 9 CRS-19 is set to launch at 12:51 p.m., carrying the next commercial cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station. The cargo is set to be delivered on a Dragon spacecraft & includes science investigations, supplies, and needed equipment.\nView this post on Instagram STS-123✨🚀 . #sts123 #spaceshuttle #spaceshuttlelaunch #spaceshuttleendeavour #spaceshuttleprogram #nasa #kennedyspacecenter #rocketlaunch #blastoff #launch #launchpad #night #nightlaunch #shuttleprogram A post shared by Astro_Chryslar 🌈🚀 (@johnchryslar) on Nov 20, 2019 at 1:05pm PST\nThose wanting to sit in on this launch have a couple of options. The Kennedy Space Center on the east coast offers seating at a few different locations that will give you some of the best viewing conditions.\nTheir closest spot is the LC-39 Observation Gantry that is only 3.4 miles from the launch pad. It has bleacher seating with launch commentary, & includes a light meal & souvenir t-shirt, with additional souvenirs available for purchase.\nView this post on Instagram BIG NEWS! 🚀 I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been invited by NASA to attend the next launch of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft at the Kennedy Space Center! Being a part of the space program is such a big dream of mine, and I’m so excited to be able to experience all of the elements that contribute to a launch up close. I’ll be covering every moment here on Instagram, and I can’t wait to share this journey with you! A post shared by Becca Young (@beccadoingthings) on Nov 10, 2019 at 2:07pm PST\nThis spot will cost you the most at $49, plus daily admission — but is currently sold out for this launch. Visitors who manage to snag this ticket are advised to show up early to the main visitor's center early to board the shuttle to the viewing site at 11 a.m.\nThe next closest spot is the Apollo/Saturn V Center at 6.2 miles from the launch pad. This location is included with the $57 daily admission, and also has bleacher seating with commentary. Dining & souvenirs to commemorate your viewing will be available for purchase.\nView this post on Instagram ♥️ Baby, our love is out of this world! 🚀 Swipe left to see @el_propio & me in #OuterSpace 😍 #NeverLettingGo ✨ A post shared by Arami (@arami.malaise) on Nov 7, 2019 at 2:31pm PST\nThe main visitor complex is also included with daily admission, and is 6.7 miles from the launch pad, also including the bleacher seating, commentary, and dining or souvenirs for separate purchase.\nAll locations will have restrooms available.\nSince you have daily admission after you've watched the launch you can go back to the visitor's complex to explore exhibits & displays of historic memorabilia.\nView this post on Instagram got the best birthday weekend news today!! I got invited by @nasa to cover the launch of the first flight test of the @boeing CST-100 Starliner commercial crew capsule at @nasakennedy on my blog & social media! This test will not have humans on board yet, but they will have a dummy named Rosie after Rosie the Riveter to honor the women who are blazing a trail in human spaceflight history. We will get to go behind the scenes at NASA and experience the launch up close & I’ll be sharing it all in real time on Dec. 16 & 17! I am so excited that I almost started crying when I saw the email at work 😂 I can’t wait to experience history right here in my Florida backyard & share it with all of you! 🚀🌍🌙🌟. . . #nasa #nasasocial #kennedyspacecenter #kennedyspacecentervisitorcomplex #starliner #happilyeverhaute #orlandobloggers #disneyblog #womeninstem #spacex A post shared by Megan | Happily Ever Haute ™ (@happilyeverhaute) on Nov 23, 2019 at 8:40am PST\nThis is the kind of experience that you have to experience at least once in your lifetime. Watching as the massive rocket jets off into the atmosphere, to infinity & beyond.\nSpaceX Falcon 9 CRS-19 Launch\nPrice: Price will vary depending on which seat you select. 2 locations are included with $57 daily adult admission. You can learn more about all viewing locations & purchase tickets here.\nWhen: December 4th, 2019 at 12:51 p.m. \nAddress: The rocket will launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station SLC-40; Visitor's viewing the launch should go to the main visitor's center at Space Commerce Way, Merritt Island, FL. For more information on how to plan your launch watch, check their website here.\nWhy You Need To Go: Experience the wonder of watching a rocket blast off into space beyond our atmosphere and into the stars. 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