12.02.11 - Seven aerospace companies are moving forward with space transportation system designs under the Commercial Crew Program's Commercial Crew Development Round 2 (CCDev2) activities.
12.06.11 - The 21st Century Ground Systems Program passed a major milestone as it moves Kennedy toward a multi-use spaceport.
11.16.11 - The mobile launcher is making the longest trip of its young life today to begin a two-week series of structural tests at Launch Pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
10.26.11 - Agreement part of the Commercial Crew Development Round 2 activities.
10.13.11 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden took a firsthand look at the Mobile Launcher that will serve as the launch pad for the Space Launch System.
09.16.11 - NASA's Space Launch System will use powerful engines and boosters to take astronatus further into space than ever before.
10.31.11 - In an innovative agreement that will create new jobs, NASA today announced a partnership with Space Florida to occupy, use and modify facilities at Kennedy Space Center.› Administrator Bolden's Blog →
10.20.11 - Florida Gov. Rick Scott saw the facilities at Kennedy Space Center that will be used to assemble and process the Orion spacecraft in the future.
09.30.11 - The Desert Research and Technology Studies group, known as D-RATS, ventured to Arizona to find out how to explore an asteroid.
09.29.11 - Launch Pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is taking the shape of a launch complex to serve future rockets.
04.01.12 - Prototype space lander to test hazard-ridden landings at Kennedy.
02.28.12 - One of NASA's crawler-transporters is set to receive two new diesel engines and generators, preparing the Apollo-era machine for the Space Launch System currently in design.
08.18.11 - New directorate to support strategies and techniques to launch a variety of rockets and spacecraft in the future.
05.03.11 - A new weather system at Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39B is expected to produce increasingly detailed launch criteria
11.18.10 - Changes to the pad are expected to support NASA's future expeditions to low Earth orbit and perhaps take humankind to destinations farther than the moon.
08.10.10 - Engineers at Kennedy Space Center have updated the communications backpack for this year's research in the Arizona desert.
07.09.10 - The managers for the Ares I-X flight test detailed how what the launch told them about their design and future rocket plans.
02.23.10 - An extinct volcano provides a perfect environment for testing exploration hardware concepts.
10.22.09 - A small, dedicated team showcases NASA's entrepreneurial spirit with the assembly and rollout of the Ares I-X rocket.
10.22.09 - Apollo-era crawler transports third-generation space vehicle to the launch pad.