NASA's three "TAL sites" in France and Spain provide a safe place to land for launching space shuttles.
This historic facility is set to be remodeled to serve NASA's Constellation Program.
Three days at Kennedy gave the Discovery astronauts a chance to train on equipment they'll fly into space.
Tracy Anania is named as the new human resources director at Kennedy.
Albert Sierra makes launching spacecraft look easy.
After 20 years, the west high-bay door of an historic Kennedy Space Center facility reopens in anticipation of assembly work on the new Orion crew capsule.
The crew of Atlantis restarts construction of the International Space Station.› Photo Gallery
NASA's shuttle program celebrates the 200th loading of liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen into an external tank.
NASA rocket engineer earns award for outstanding leadership while promoting launch safety.
Worker's contributions to the space program will live on.
Progress of the Ares I-1 flight test project was the topic of discussion at a Constellation Exploration meeting held at Kennedy.
A free NASA service brings liftoff to you -- even if you're away from the TV or computer.
A delicate procedure is successfully completed on Space Shuttle Atlantis.
Three individuals that dedicated most of their lifetime to the space program are recognized for their achievements.
Development of NASA's Exploration Park will give private industry the opportunity to be part of the Vision for Space Exploration.
A chance visit with friends on Florida's Space Coast led Dowdell to find the job of his dreams.
The STS-115 crew completed a week of prelaunch training at Kennedy Space Center.› View Video →
Kennedy's Applied Technology Directorate develops eco-friendly technologies.
A picture-perfect landing returns the STS-121 Discovery astronauts safely to Earth after a successful mission to the International Space Station.
STS-115 resumes space station construction.