The unmanned Apollo 6 Command Module was launched from Kennedy Space Center on April 4, 1968 and recovered in the Pacific Ocean 10 hours later. The mission was the second test flight for the giant Saturn V launch vehicle and was the last unmanned flight of Project Apollo.
The real Command Module, on loan from the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, is on display in the FSC exhibit hall!
Experience the new interactive traveling exhibit that features one of the consoles from the Apollo Mission Control Room at Johnson Space Center. Sit where the flight controllers did and imagine the feeling of anticipation and pride as they guided the Intrepid and Yankee Clipper to their rendezvous with the Moon and return to Earth.
The Exhibit Hall is open Monday-Saturday. Click here for hours. Admission is free!