The 40th anniversary of Apollo 17 was recently celebrated at a gala featuring mission commander Eugene Cernan and other Apollo astronauts.
The massive, white Saturn V rocket suspended from the ceiling of the Apollo/Saturn V Center served as a backdrop for celebration.
Neil Armstrong is being hailed as one of the greatest heroes of America's efforts to explore.
Apollo 4 opened an era of exploration from Kennedy Space Center.
Lessons learned from the early days of developing Kennedy training sites for exploring beyond low Earth orbit are now being applied to possible ventures to Mars or a return to the moon.
About 45 of NASA's social media followers gathered at Kennedy to hear stories from key past and present leaders.
Out-of-this-world TV coverage needed out-of-this-world technology.
Friends, former co-workers recall energetic, competitive center director as force behind shuttle's return after Challenger.
Change is on the way at Kennedy Space Center...
Readiness tests can prevent costly delays by identifying problems before launch...
Celebrating the Accomplishments of the Women of NASA...
Celebrating Kennedy Space Center's 50th Anniversary
Real-world technology provided perfect tourist attraction.
John Glenn's flight set NASA on course to make continued strides that would carry men to the moon seven years later.
End of moon missions vastly different from horror movie version.
Tracking station ends its mission with the final shuttle flight.
Kennedy looks to the future for Pad 39A to support heavy-lift, commercial crew or other launch vehicles.
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Apollo-era crawler transports third-generation space vehicle to the launch pad.
NASA welcomed artists as part of a program to give a different perspective to its technical and scientific operations and facilities.