NASA astronauts recently got another opportunity to climb inside SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft, which they could one day fly to the International Space Station for the agency's Commercial Crew Program.
The Boeing Company successfully completed the second parachute drop test for its CST-100 spacecraft, which it is developing in partnership with NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
Seven students won the 2012 DuPont Challenge science essay competition by relating science to real world experiences...
"Orion's arrival at Kennedy marks the start of something new for the center," said Scott Wilson, manager of Orion Production Operations...
Program Manager Ed Mango answers a number of questions from around the world during a live Tweet Chat on April 27.
Flexible aerogel and senior principal investigator James Fesmire inducted into the International Space Foundation's Space Technology Hall of Fame...
The OOF joins five other sustainable facilities at Kennedy...
Secured atop NASA's Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, space shuttle Discovery started its final journey with a sunrise takeoff at 7 a.m. EDT.
Winners of the OPTIMUS PRIME Spinoff Video Contest show there's more to NASA spinoff technology than meets the eye.
NASA 905 will support the last three shuttle ferry flights.
Children and adults alike will become 'Greenateers' at the Sustainability Fair.
At this time, a May 7th launch appears unlikely. SpaceX is continuing to work through the software assurance process with NASA. We will issue a statement as soon as a new launch target is set.› Latest News
Find out what it takes to control small, spherical flying robots in a true zero gravity environment...
Celebrating Kennedy Space Center's 50th Anniversary
Prototype space lander to test hazard-ridden landings at Kennedy.
In preparation for the upcoming SpaceX demonstration flight, NASA astronaut Megan McArthur performed a crew equipment interface test in Florida.
Celebrating Women's History Month
Engineers at Kennedy are working outside their comfort zones to pick up new skills at Rocket University.
Monitoring a rocket heading into space takes a careful team of analysts and engineers to plot a course and set up tracking for it.
Meteorologists have to be precise in their forecasts, keeping in mind a successful mission depends on their call.