Kennedy Space Center co-sponsored the 2006 FIRST Robotics Florida regional competition.
Trusted components, facilities and work force will power NASA's future exploration.
NASA engineer Bill McQuade comes home to NASA.› View Video (Real) →
Israeli high school students visit Kennedy to pay homage to astronaut Ilan Ramon.
The two-day event at Kennedy gave mission astronauts a chance to handle the hardware.› View Video (Real) →
Historic Cape Canaveral Lighthouse refurbishment begins.› View More Images
Conference at Kennedy spurs discussion on ways satellites track changes in the ocean's health.
GlobalFlyer launches from Kennedy to complete the longest aircraft flight in history.› View Video (Real) →
Kennedy's Corrosion Technology Laboratory is working to reduce the impact of corrosion and even develop new corrosion-prevention technologies.
Challenger families attend a 20th anniversary service at Kennedy's Space Memorial Mirror.
Kennedy's outreach program sends space memorabilia to cheer up young heart patient.
GlobalFlyer lands at Shuttle Landing Facility.
Orbiters to receive next-generation insulation tile.
A space legacy lives on.
Kennedy trio part of 81- and 85-person jumps over Florida.
More than a year after Hurricane Frances struck NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the space shuttle Thermal Protection System Facility has reopened for operations.
A new, high-tech exhibit leads Kennedy Space Center employees on a journey into the future of space exploration.
A pilot program to test commercial use of the space shuttle runway takes flight from Kennedy.
STS-114 Commander Eileen Collins helps dedicate veterans clinic wing.› View this Video →
Employees from Kennedy roll up their sleeves to help those in need.