Researchers are compressing trash and testing it for potential uses on deep-space missions.
Preparations are under way at Kennedy Space Center to support Santa Claus during his annual tour, delivering toys and other presents to children all over the world.
Many design and technological upgrades have been added for recovery of the new Orion spacecraft by NASA teams at the Kennedy and Johnson Space Centers.
An Air Force transport plane delivered the TDRS-K communications satellite to Kennedy so it can be processed for launch in January.
In 2012, NASA's Kennedy Space Center celebrated its 50th year and continued transitioning to an affordable and sustainable multiuser spaceport of the future.
NASA's Ground Systems Development and Operations Program recently completed an important System Requirements Review/System Definition Review in planning for future operations at the Kennedy Space Center.
NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is getting help transferring innovative space technologies to the marketplace, thanks to a new partnership with Rollins College.
Thermal insulation technologies may have applications for future exploration programs and the commercial world.
Brevard County sixth-graders recently participated in an educational program designed to encourage interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.
A progression of obstacle courses tested Kennedy's ERT during the annual SWAT Round Up International.
NASA awards contracts in next step toward safely launching American astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil.
Still in its protective shrink wrap, space shuttle Atlantis has been raised and tilted into display position at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
A NASA Railroad locomotive receives a major upgrade at a Space Shuttle Program-era facility at Kennedy Space Center.
Researchers are developing a reactor to incinerate garbage in space to produce fuel, air and water.
Crawler-transporter 2 recently went for a test drive that proved modifications performed over the past year are working as planned.
Heritage propellant technology and hardware help engineers with the Project Neo Liquid Propellant Testbed.
Over the past year Howard G. Levine, Ph.D., a NASA scientist at the Kennedy Space Center, has led one of the preeminent microgravity research organizations in the United States.
Physicists working on a sensor to gauge lunar dust found out it could aid weather forecasting on Earth, too.
Preparations for the launch of the Orion spacecraft recently took an important step forward with successful testing of a prototype seal for the launch tower's crew access arm.
A facility full of platforms that once fit NASA's space shuttles like a glove is transitioning to make room for a new fleet of low-Earth orbit bound spacecraft.