For three days NASA and contractor employees practiced safety training on Launch Pad 39B.
Six of the crew members who flew space shuttle Atlantis on mission STS-122 stopped by Kennedy Space Center to deliver amazing accounts of launch and flight.
Wildlife and humans benefit by volunteers' unselfish actions.
The U.S. Navy's famed precision flying team, the Blue Angels, will headline the 2008 Space & Air Show at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
'Hope' has a home in space plus Dextre's two arms are better than one.
Engineers tested the components for the Ares I roll control system during recent evaluations.
Heights test painters' senses, stomachs.
A fairly unknown, but hugely important environment exists under the launch pads.
Orion's prototype heat shield undergoes rigorous testing.
NASA remembers the crew of Columbia's STS-107 mission.
Diplomats from 45 nations toured NASA's Kennedy Space Center for a taste of America.
A camera crew filmed members of Kennedy Space Center's Emergency Response Team for a training video.
Three teams from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida journey west each year to participate in the agency's Desert Research and Technology Studies.
A new system at Kennedy Space Center will provide superior lightning protection for the Ares launch vehicle.
Dangerous Films captures missions in history for the Discovery Channel.
Launch managers now have digital images directly from the launch pad.
Construction work achieves new heights.
The Kennedy Space Center hosted a full air show topped off by the Thunderbirds at the World Space Expo.› Read about the Raptor
The F-22 Raptor showed exotic capabilities during aerial demonstrations at the World Space Expo at Kenedy Space Center.
Students watch the Discovery launch that brings 'Harmony' to the International Space Station.