Students bring "Harmony" to space.› Read More
Historic Cape Canaveral Lighthouse refurbishment complete.› Lighthouse History
A new tool -- based on NASA technology -- is expected to keep Kennedy Space Center's unique personnel, hardware and facilities safer than ever.› Lightning Safety Tips
The STS-117 crew visited Kennedy Space Center for the terminal countdown demonstration test.
Forty-four Israeli high school students visit Kennedy to remember astronaut Ilan Ramon and learn about spaceflight.
World Space Expo will open with U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds› View Video
Ceremony at Kennedy Space Center marks NASA's first step to prepare for a new era of space exploration.
The NASA family stops to mourn the loss of the Apollo 1 crew in a fire at Pad 34 forty years ago.› Multimedia Feature
The star-spangled banner will shine a little brighter in the rocket's glare.
William Parsons will rely on steadfast leadership values as he takes the helm at Kennedy Space Center.
Construction continues on the International Space Station as spacewalking astronauts expand the outpost's electrical system.› View Video
Kennedy Space Center was honored to have Konrad Dannenberg talk about the early days of rocket development and space exploration.
Astronauts get ready for first shuttle mission of 2007.
No, it's not Santa; it's Troy Mann, the lead stowage technician for the space shuttle.
The SPACEHAB single logistics module adds impressive storage room in an astronaut-friendly environment.
A Kennedy team developed a slick way to clean up water and soils contaminated by solvents.
Mission STS-116 astronauts complete prelaunch training at Kennedy Space Center.
Twists in her path lead Joan Higginbotham to space.› Astronaut Flight Lounge
Work has begun to refurbish the doors on NASA's most recognized building.
Payload Mission Manager Deborah Hahn leads the effort to prepare station elements for flight.