The Cape Canaveral Lighthouse shines amid the rockets' fiery glow.
Every fall, about a dozen pairs of American bald eagles descend on Kennedy Space Center to launch their offspring.
NASA's Floridians send hurricane help and understanding.› View Video →
Center personnel participate in classes that teach them how to safely work from heights.
Customized 747 aircraft have the critical job of carrying space shuttle orbiters across the country.
The first of two Return to Flight missions, STS-114 featured several accomplishments and taught NASA some important lessons.
Uncovering the mystery of the rose-colored rectangles below the Solid Rocket Boosters
Kennedy's Launch Services team gives MRO the right rocket for the job.
Tammy Harrington and her team, manages the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's safety factor.
A NASA science writer takes weightlessness for a spin.
New launch simulator at Kennedy Space Center's Visitor Complex to open in 2007.
Elite specialized SWAT team provides safety and security at Kennedy Space Center.
Engineer Mark Sestile uses orchestrated teamwork to process Discovery.
Applied Physics Lab finds new ways to get the job done.
International landing sites clear the way for greater Space Shuttle safety.
Hey, did someone up there in space order a freezer?
A recent venture into a long-locked room at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida uncovered interesting artifacts of a by-gone era.
He's in Baghdad, helping to restore legal order, but Discovery isn't far from this Space Shuttle engineer's heart.
The Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test allows astronauts and ground teams to practice pre-launch activities and countdown procedures.› View Countdown Rehearsal Video →
Crawler Systems Engineer Bob Myers doesn't mind taking the slow road when driving Space Shuttles out to the pad.› View This Video →