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Published on Jun 28, 2010
CAPE CANAVERAL -- When vacationers visiting the Central Florida area search out fun, interactive shows to take the kids to the first locations to come to mind are probably Disney World or Universal Studios. Now there is a third option -- Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (KSCVC). The roving KSC reporter had scheduled a visit to KSCVC to film a segment on the Astronaut Encounter and Shuttle Launch Experience attractions (stay tuned for those segments) -- when it was decided to include a third, awesome segment regarding one of the complex's newest editions -- Star Trek Live.
Tied heavily into the recent Star Trek film by Paramount Pictures the Star Trek Live interactive show allows audience members to interact with the characters that are part of the program. Everyone in the audience is a "cadet" during Starfleet Academy's first year. A day that should begin with classes in quantum mechanics and particle physics quickly spirals out of control as a renegade time-traveling Romulan threatens one of mankind's greatest accomplishments with annihilation.
However the cadets will not have to face this threat alone. A single temporal agent has been sent back in time to save us. In so doing, along with the cadet's commander's help, he educates guests into very important parts of current space exploration technology and how they relate to the tech of the Star Trek universe.
More importantly the show is simply fun. The personalities tap into key archetypes within the Star Trek mythos -- with their own personal, hilarious spin. The best way to see what I am talking about -- is to schedule a trip for yourself. If the cryptic comments aren't enough to tempt you into stopping by, then stay tuned for upcoming segments about the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Until then? Live long -- and prosper.