Scientists are assessing damage caused by storms, such Hurricane Sandy, along a stretch of shoreline at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Plans are being developed to restore dunes near Launch Pads 39A and B.
Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana and members of his leadership team recently provided community leaders an update about NASA's ongoing work in support of current and future space program projects.
Several sections of the crawlerway that lead from the Vehicle Assembly Building to the launch pads at NASA's Kennedy Space Center are getting a facelift in preparation for the new Space Launch System rocket.
Boeing's plans for its CST-100 spacecraft continue to firm up as the aerospace company works with NASA's Commercial Crew Program to establish what will be needed to communicate with the spacecraft and recover it when it returns from a mission.
Processing teams at Kennedy are still working to keep the station's hardware fit.
NASA's Kennedy Space Center uses in-house expertise to develop an International Space Station Plant Habitat for microgravity plant growth studies.
Space station robotic demo mirrors the vision of international space students.
NASA is replacing decades-old wind measurement equipment with upgraded Doppler radar near the Kennedy Space Center’s Shuttle Landing Facility.
When the newest Landsat spacecraft trains its state-of-the-art sensors on Earth's surface, it will provide images of our ever-changing planet in unparalleled clarity.
As NASA honored the astronauts lost on the Columbia's STS-107 mission, students from a crew member's hometown joined Day of Remembrance ceremonies.
During NASA's annual Day of Remembrance activities at the Kennedy Space Center, employees and guests paid tribute to astronauts who perished in the conquest of space.
New year welcomes change and challenges.
NASA engineers designed a robot intended to dig soil 16 hours a day for five years.
NASA has taken a crucial step toward launching crews to the space station from the U.S. This landmark comes at the 45th anniversary of an essential stage in sending Americans to the moon.
NASA's first launch of 2013 will lift upgraded communications satellite into orbit.
With the start of the Test and Operations Support Contract, Jacobs Technology Inc. will be bringing more jobs to Florida's Space Coast as Kennedy Space Center positions itself for the next era of space exploration.
Navajo Technical College recently transitioned from a two-year college to a four-year university thanks to funding from NASA’s Minority University Research and Education.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program and its industry partners are investing their time, money, efforts and reputations into shaping America's next-generation human spaceflight capabilities.
NASA's Orion spacecraft moves toward milestones through cooperation.
NASA awarded the Test and Operations Support Contract to Jacobs Technology Inc. to provide ground systems support, flight hardware processing and launch operations at the Kennedy Space Center.