Kennedy Space Center's Engineering Directorate recently broke ground on a new test site at the Florida spaceport that could help reduce the cost of ground hydrogen processing operations.
Permanent reminders now mark where space shuttles Discovery, Endeavour and Atlantis each rolled to a final stop on Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility.
International Space University participants built and launched model rockets from shuttle pad.
Current and former NASA and international astronauts spoke to International Space University participants at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
Kennedy Space Center hosts a Commercial Space Initiatives panel for students of the 2012 International Space University’s Space Studies Program on July 3.
NASA's premier launch site stands at a crossroads, said noted space historian John Logsdon.
SpaceX recently completed an important design review of the crewed version of its Dragon spacecraft.
Kennedy Space Center co-hosts the International Space University’s 25th Annual Space Studies Program (SSP) from June 4 to Aug. 3.
Sierra Nevada Corp. recently tested the nose landing gear of its Dream Chaser spacecraft.
Florida recycling group recognizes the space center's program.
Cella Energy will research its hydrogen storage technology with an eye on producing a new fuel source for traditional engines.
Excalibur Almaz Inc. completed the exchange of technical information with NASA's Commercial Crew Program about its human spacecraft concept for low Earth orbit crew transportation.
At Kennedy Space Center, NASA unveiled the Orion spacecraft that will make the program's first flight test in 2014.
Pratt and Whitney Rocketdyne tested a thruster for Boeing's CST-100 spacecraft, being developed in collaboration with NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
A rover designed to retrieve water on the moon could unlock processes for using the valuable resource for solar system exploration.
A specialized training program helps agency employees spread the word about benefits already realized from the assembly of the International Space Station.
NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is turning to a number of strategies to work through the complex challenges of engineering a new generation of rockets and spacecraft.
The Young-Crippen Firing Room used to oversee the liftoff of Apollo and space shuttle missions has been modernized for the next generation of launchers and spacecraft.
The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array is to focus its instruments on the high-energy universe.
Student teams spent months designing and building remote-controlled or autonomous robotic excavators...