Apollo-era crawler transports third-generation space vehicle to the launch pad.
The Eastern Range earned its name 45 years ago.
Vulture populations are studied for learning opportunities and safety aspects.
Many launches at Kennedy and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station are scrubbed because they are within "Lightning Alley."
Buzz Lightyear rolled triumphantly down Disney's Main Street to mark a successful stay on the International Space Station.
Weather challenged pathfinder team for Discovery's piggy-backed return to Kennedy Space Center.
As the Ares I-X launch team assembles, a new era will begin.
Electric cars haven't been perfected, but they are making an impact on NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
Engineer receives 'Take Pride in America' award for underwater efforts.
Dedicated barber reminisces on 40 years at Kennedy Space Center.
Liftoff marks the beginning of the workday for a group of engineers who evaluate damage to the pad after launch.
The crews of space shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station installed the final pieces of Japan's Kibo laboratory.
Kennedy's launch processing team moved into high gear to prepare for liftoff.
Propellants North Facility qualifies for the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
Take one space shuttle, seven highly trained astronauts, tons of equipment, and one legendary orbiting telescope and you have the 5.3 million-mile odyssey that was Hubble's final servicing mission.
America's Space Program and Florida get new green power source.
NASA welcomed artists as part of a program to give a different perspective to its technical and scientific operations and facilities.
Tool designers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center had to invent several new instruments for the STS-125 mission.
Engineers spent two years designing and building what is suddenly the most famous treadmill in the world - or above it.
The Astronaut Hall of Fame class of 2009 includes three history making shuttle fliers.