We were excited to hear that the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center would be handling the Apollo F-1 Conservation Project, an effort commissioned by Bezos Expeditions to conserve the rocket engines that served as the main launch for the Apollo Program. What a seriously cool thing to have right here in Hutchinson! So LogicMaze was over the moon (pun intended) when we were asked by the Cosmosphere to develop a website to showcase the conservation effort.
The F-1 Conservation Project website highlights SpaceWorks, the Cosmosphere’s restoration, replication and fabrication facility, and provides visitors the chance to view live camera feeds of technicians working on the engines. Additionally, LogicMaze included photo and video galleries of the Apollo program.
If you’re in Hutchinson, don’t miss the chance to take a project tour of the engines that launched man to the moon!