The discovery of a pair of spacesuits designed for the Air Force's Manned Orbiting Laboratory program brought back memories of the Cold War-era project for Bob Crippen.
Lander will dig for clues to more red planet mysteries.
When it's time to teach an astronaut how to land an orbiter, a modified business jet fits the bill.
A pair of mobile servicing gantries at historic Launch Complex 36 were toppled using explosives.
Kennedy Space Center workers assembled thermal protection system pieces for tests.
Lockheed Martin engineers and designers invented a tool to sand foam on the external tank while the tank was still in its launch position.
Crews and rescue swimmers from the Air Force, Coast Guard and Navy rehearsed a search-and-rescue mission.
The Astronaut Crew Quarters has served as a hotel and business center for astronauts since the first Gemini flights.
A crew of technicians carves intricate and exact shapes to hold space equipment in place during launch and in orbit.
A new simulation at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex gives the general public its first realistic taste of how it feels to launch aboard a space shuttle.
With three missions coming up, the hangar areas where workers prepare Delta II rockets for launch is a busy place.
Working with space suits and flight crew equipment has inspired Ron Woods' artwork for 40 years.
A space artifact from the past may hold an answer for tomorrow.
A 20-year-old dream of a Japanese presence in space nears reality.› View Video
After overseeing orbiters prior to launch, Kelvin Manning is using his expertise to get Kennedy ready for NASA's Orion capsule.
United Launch Alliance employee Rosie Carver produces the massive, step-by-step guides to prepare Delta rockets for launch.
Professor Stephen Hawking, who suffers ALS, took a flight on a Zero-Gravity airplane.
Japanese space station lab one step closer to reality.› Read More
NASA's Federal Law Enforcement Training Academy at Kennedy Space Center receives coveted public safety training accreditation.
After thorough sandblasting and scores of modifications, Launch Pad 39A is ready to host space shuttle launches through the program's completion.