Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) Space Systems of Louisville, Colo., completed its first major, comprehensive safety review of its Dream Chaser Space System.
Workers added a nosecone to the top of the second solid rocket booster at the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit as construction speeds ahead to a June 29 opening.
The 2013 DuPont essay winners visit NASA's Kennedy Space Center and share their personal stories relating to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The Orion crew module is being put through a series of tests that simulate the loads the spacecraft would experience during its mission.
Repairs to the panels on the surface of Launch Pad 39B and the catacomb roof below is helping pave the way for NASA's newest rocket, the Space Launch System.
The last of eight reaction control system pods for NASA’s Orion Exploration Flight Test-1 arrived this week at Kennedy Space Center’s Operations and Checkout Building.
Kennedy director Bob Cabana worked closely with engineers in reverse mentoring sessions meant to improve communications.
The National Space Club Florida Committee presented Kennedy Space Center director Bob Cabana with its prestigious Dr. Kurt H. Debus Award.
Space Launch Complex-17 is a unique bridge between generations of rocket engineers. Some of NASA's earliest missions began on the twin launch pads, along with many of the agency's latest technological achievements.
Construction crews removed plastic shrink-wrap from the shuttle Atlantis as work continues for the spacecraft's new $100 million home at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
Kennedy Space Center employees are doing their part to recycle electronic gadgets that are becoming important parts of everyday life.
Six large space shuttle artifacts are headed to the Wings of Dreams Aviation Museum at Keystone Heights Airport in Florida to educate and inspire a new generation of explorers.
Kennedy Space Center, along with 75 locations worldwide, hosted the 2013 International Space Apps Challenge, providing innovative ideas to the agency that could prove beneficial in future missions.
Three space shuttle heroes were inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame in ceremonies at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
Engineers and researchers from Kennedy and other organizations discussed innovative ideas on mining resources on the moon.
Two NASA engineers from the Kennedy Space Center were selected by the Asian-American Governments Executives Network to participate in a special leadership program.
After a thunderstorm recently moved through the Kennedy Space Center, ecologists rescued two eaglets after their nest was blown to the ground.
As NASA marked the anniversary of the president's exploration vision, news media were updated on the Orion spacecraft that could take astronauts to an asteroid.
A full-size model of the space shuttle's solid rocket booster and external tank stack will dwarf many other Space Coast structures.
Kennedy Space Center will have a leading role in NASA's plans to capture an asteroid and launch astronauts to explore it, the center's director told employees shortly before the agency's 2014 budget proposal was released.