After Static Fire, Delaware North Offers VIP Falcon Heavy Launch Tickets

Bill Jelen

January 26, 2018

Filtered by Tag: KSC

At 12:30 PM on Wednesday January 24, 2018, SpaceX fired up the 27 engines of their Falcon Heavy at Pad 39A. With the successful static fire, launch fever cranked up as Delaware North announced $195 VIP Launch Viewing Tickets starting at 9AM on Thursday January 25. This price is higher than ever before, but is good for multiple days in case of a scrub.

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