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In the all new Astronaut Training Experience (ATX) at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, train like the next generation of space explorers who will travel to Mars, and be transported to the red planet to live and work for the day. During ATX, hone your docking skills, navigate the Mars terrain and experience the sensation of conducting a spacewalk in a microgravity environment. Mars Base 1 invites Rookie Astronauts to manage operations, harvest vegetables in the botany lab, and work through challenges of thriving in the harsh environment. It is an experience like no other on the planet.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex invites you to experience the all-new programs. Do not have enough time to do a full day program? Add a Training Stage to your day at the visitor complex!
ATX Nowhere else on earth can you train to go to Mars and experience astronaut training than at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
MARS BASE 1 Mars Base 1 brings you to the Red Planet to live and work for the day, solving authentic science and engineering challenges.
TRAINING STAGES We invite you to experience to two Training Stages from the Astronaut Training Experience. Navigate the Martian surface and experience microgravity simulation only at ATX.
ATX
Nowhere else on earth can you train to go to Mars and experience astronaut training than at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
MARS BASE 1
Mars Base 1 brings you to the Red Planet to live and work for the day, solving authentic science and engineering challenges.
TRAINING STAGES
Coming soon, we invite you to experience a few Training Stages from the Astronaut Training Experience. Navigate the Martian surface and experience microgravity simulation only at ATX.
ATX
Nowhere else on earth can you train to go to Mars and experience astronaut training than at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
MARS BASE 1
Mars Base 1 brings you to the Red Planet to live and work for the day, solving authentic science and engineering challenges.
TRAINING STAGES
Coming soon, we invite you to experience a few Training Stages from the Astronaut Training Experience. Navigate the Martian surface and experience microgravity simulation only at ATX.
astronaut training experience

In the all-new Astronaut Training Experience® at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, train like the next generation of space explorers who will travel to Mars. Join the crew as you begin a spectacular new mission simulation including launching, landing and walking on Mars. You will also perform a spacewalk through exciting and immersive microgravity simulation technology.

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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is the only place on Earth where you can transport to Mars to live and work for the day on Mars Base 1. Set in a landscape of the future, Rookie Astronaut teams have the unique opportunity to manage the Base Operations Center on Mars, harvest vegetables in the Botany Lab, program robots to optimize solar energy intake and adapt to the challenges of thriving in the harsh Martian environment.

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spacewalk training

Train for weightlessness and conduct your own spacewalk in the microgravity simulator. You and your crew will work together in order to successfully complete a series of training challenges needed to set you on a path to Mars, all while in a frictionless environment. This training stage is for individuals or groups ages 10 and older. Trainees that are ages 10 - 17 will require a paying, participating adult.

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The most important part of initiating conversation is, arguably, having confidence. It should be obvious that without any amount of self-esteem you will struggle. Having confidence in yourself and who you are makes this job very easy.

If you find yourself doubting your worth, or how interesting you are, make a few mental notes of why you are interesting and worth talking to. There is no question you are. You just have to realize that.

What do I do? What is interesting about it? What are my strong points and what are my weak ones? Confident people succeed because they play on their strengths.

Across The Room Rapport

This is rapport building without talking. It’s as simple as reciprocated eye contact and smiles etc. Acknowledging someone else’s presence before approaching them goes a long way to making introductions easier. You are instantly no longer just a random person.

As discussed in last week’s How Not To Suck At Socializing article, there are things you can do to make yourself appear approachable. This doesn’t necessarily mean people are going to flock to you. You’ll still probably need to initiate conversations.

People notice other people who are having a blast. If you’re that person, someone will acknowledge it and will make the ‘across the room rapport’ building a breeze. If you’re that person that is getting along great with their present company, others will want to talk to you. This will make your approach more comfortable for both parties.

The Approach

When it comes to being social, the less analytical and formulaic you are the better. Try not to map out your every move and plan too much. Although we are talking about how to initiate conversation, these are really only tips. When it comes to the approach, though, there are some things you should keep in mind.

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Different situations call for different approaches. Formal situations call for something more formal and relaxed ones should be relaxed.

At a work function, for instance, be a little formal and introduce yourself. People will want to know who you are and what you do right away. This isn’t to say you should only talk about work, but an introduction and handshake is appropriate.

If you’re at a bar then things are very different and you should be much more open to unstructured introductions. Personally, I don’t like the idea of walking directly to someone to talk to them. It’s too direct. I like the sense of randomness that comes with meeting new people.

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However, if there is rapport already established, go for it. If not, take a wander, buy a drink and be aware of where people are. If there is someone you would like to talk to, make yourself available and not sit all night etc.

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