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This Year's JPL Open House Is In June, But You'll Need To Reserve A Free Ticket

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NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will once again host its open house this June, but this time, there's a change. All guests will first need to reserve a free ticket. As anyone who's been to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory's open house in Pasadena knows, the crowds can be a little overwhelming. So, this year, you'll need to secure a ticket.

"A Ticket to Explore JPL" will take place on June 4 and 5. Tickets are free, but you must reserve them online to attend. You can reserve up to 5 tickets per family, and someone who is over 18 must show their ID upon arrival to receive them.

You can snag your ticket starting April 25 at 9 a.m. here.