10.26.11 - Agreement part of the Commercial Crew Development Round 2 activities.
08.18.11 - New directorate to support strategies and techniques to launch a variety of rockets and spacecraft in the future.
11.18.10 - Changes to the pad are expected to support NASA's future expeditions to low Earth orbit and perhaps take humankind to destinations farther than the moon.
08.10.10 - Engineers at Kennedy Space Center have updated the communications backpack for this year's research in the Arizona desert.
07.09.10 - The managers for the Ares I-X flight test detailed how what the launch told them about their design and future rocket plans.
02.23.10 - An extinct volcano provides a perfect environment for testing exploration hardware concepts.
10.22.09 - A small, dedicated team showcases NASA's entrepreneurial spirit with the assembly and rollout of the Ares I-X rocket.
10.22.09 - Apollo-era crawler transports third-generation space vehicle to the launch pad.
09.25.09 - As the Ares I-X launch team assembles, a new era will begin.
06.29.09 - NASA's Constellation Program is a step closer to the Ares l-X flight test.
03.25.09 - NASA’s Space Shuttle Program hands over the Mobile Launcher Platform-1 to the Constellation Program at a Kennedy Space Center ceremony on March 25.
09.09.08 - NASA won't send anything into space that needs to return -- without a parachute.
06.03.08 - How to plan for a moon mission 101.
03.26.08 - Engineers tested the components for the Ares I roll control system during recent evaluations.
01.31.08 - Orion's prototype heat shield undergoes rigorous testing.
12.07.07 - 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.
12.05.07 - A new system at Kennedy Space Center will provide superior lightning protection for the Ares launch vehicle.
10.02.07 - NASA plans to use a car on rails to evacuate the Ares I launch pad in an emergency.
09.28.07 - Kennedy Space Center is getting ready for the Constellation Program.
09.20.07 - Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise and engineers discussed lessons from the 1970 mission that could improve future moon missions.