The British equivalent of the United State’s NASA, the British National Space Centre is the governing body for all space travel that originates from the United Kingdom. In a sense, it represents a fusion of civil and government operations, with civilian scientists who focus on the space science aspect, while the money for construction of vessels and equipment comes from the government arm of the institution.
Visitors can come to the National Space Centre in order to learn more about how the centre operates, as well as the history of British space travel, and the plans for British space travel in the future. There’s a visitor centre with plenty of information, as well as guided tours that take one around the facilities. One of the most popular times to visit the Space Centre is during the launching of shuttles, but as expected, it can be a very crowded place during such times.
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