Explain the different functions of the aerospace centers in Houston and Cape Canaveral.
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***In Houston, Texas, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center is a place where visitors can see the history of space exploration through exhibits and space missions. Cape Canaveral, or the Space Coast, has been the launch site for every American spacecraft since 1968.

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  1. Or would it be about the Mission control which is also located in Houston. Mission control is the place that handled all U.S. space flights after the spacecraft had been launched from Cape Canaveral.

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  2. Combine your two answers, and you'll have it.

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