04 March 2017

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Get online Free Tickets to Explore Visit See JPL Nasa

Get online Free Tickets to Explore Visit See JPL Nasa

Book Reserve online ticket to Explore JPL on May 20-21

A Ticket to Explore JPL

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, is again using an online ticketing system for the public to sign up to attend this year's "Explore JPL." During the event, JPL will open its doors to the public for one weekend. To ensure a safe, enjoyable experience, advance tickets are required.

This year’s Explore JPL event will take place the weekend of May 20-21, 2017.
Tickets are free but limited, and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
The maximum number of tickets per requestor is five; note that children under two years of age do not require a ticket.

To enter JPL, you must have your ticket in hand, and you must bring a matching ID if you are 18 or older. Tickets are not transferrable and cannot be sold.

"A Ticket to Explore JPL" takes visitors through some of the marvels of robotic space exploration. Highlights include a life-size model of the Mars rover Curiosity; various robots on display; JPL's machine shop, where precision spacecraft parts are built; and the Microdevices Lab, where tiny technology is being developed to revolutionize space exploration.

Rules to follow when entering JPL Nasa -
Vehicles entering NASA/JPL property are subject to inspection.

Visitors cannot bring these items into NASA/JPL: weapons, explosives, incendiary devices, dangerous instruments, alcohol, illegal drugs, pets and all types of skates, skateboards, and Segways.

Bicycling to NASA/JPL is welcomed, but not inside the event, as the venues are crowded with pedestrians. Bike racks will be provided near the main entrance.

No bags, backpacks or ice chests are allowed, except small purses and diaper bags. Drones are not allowed to fly over NASA/JPL under any circumstances

The tickets -- which will be for specific time slots -- will be available online at 9 a.m. PST on Saturday, March 11, at below site


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Source – NASA

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