Three NASA astronauts take their place in the Hall of Fame.
ISS Payload for Shuttle mission set for delivery to launch pad.
Kennedy clean-up program takes off at the ground level.
With Return to Flight on the horizon, Space Shuttle Discovery stands in position for launch at Launch Pad 39B.
Packing for STS-114 isn't like loading up the family SUV.
Space Shuttle Discovery astronauts check tools and equipment for their work in space.
Only six years after graduating from college, Liliana Villarreal is preparing Space Station hardware for Return to Flight.› View this Video →
NASA to launch innovative spacecraft to Solar System's third zone and explore enigmatic planet.
Upgrades to Space Shuttle Discovery set the stage for safer spaceflight.› Read Part I
For the Space Shuttle Main Engines, Return to Flight means a return to action.› View this Video →
The orbiter Endeavour is moved temporarily to allow work in its processing hangar.
Retired NASA engineer Judy Kersey's devotion to nurturing girls' interest in science earns her a place in the Hall of Fame.
During the recent Crew Equipment Integration Test, the Return to Flight astronauts got a close look at Discovery -- inside and out.› View this Video →
Todd Dugan helped prepare the new Orbiter Boom Sensor System for its maiden voyage: the Space Shuttle's Return to Flight mission.› View this Video →
The External Tank that will help launch Space Shuttle Discovery on its Return to Flight mission has arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.› View this Video →
Technicians like Chuck Jones are working hard to ensure the Space Shuttle's Solid Rocket Boosters are ready for Return to Flight.› View this Video →
Teams at the Kennedy Space Center staged a disaster drill to simulate a launch-day emergency.› View Video →
NASA mission manager receives award for breaking barriers in science and technology.
Thousands of students learn about space in their own backyard.
Aerospace technician Lisa Campbell spends most of her days installing a new sensor system inside Space Shuttle Discovery's left wing.