Neil Armstrong is being hailed as one of the greatest heroes of America's efforts to explore.
The Boeing Company recently completed a jettison test of its forward heat shield, which will protect the parachutes of the company's CST-100 spacecraft during future missions to and from low Earth orbit.
NASA's Curiosity rover is firing imaginations again as it moves across Mars acting in some ways like the fictional robots from "Star Wars."
NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden takes media on a tour of Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station facilities on Aug. 23.
With its hatch closed one final time, the space shuttle Endeavour is a step closer to its new mission of inspiring future generations.
Failure analysis lab engineers call on technology, smarts and persistance to find out what happened when a launch goes wrong.
Radiation Belt Storm Probes will study Earth's ever-changing radiation belts in greater detail than ever before.
Apollo 4 opened an era of exploration from Kennedy Space Center.
Results may help both farmers and space travelers in the future.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program Manager and Florida's Lt. Governor discuss the future of human spaceflight at the National Space Club Florida Committee's August luncheon on Aug. 14.
Kennedy's Rocket University built lightweight capsule for high-altitude test of engineering prowess.
Astronaut Ron Garan recently returned to the Kennedy Space Center telling employees about his experiences on the Space Station.
NASA introduces its plans for certifying commercially developed spacecraft and launch vehicle systems in support of crewed missions to the International Space Station.
The three American companies building next-generation spacecraft that NASA could call on to carry astronauts into orbit in the future will perform much of their work along Florida's Space Coast, home of the agency's Commercial Crew Program.
Models of the Orion capsule and its service module offer engineers a chance to detail ways to process the spacecraft for launch.
NASA administrator tells International Space University participants glory will come from hard work.
About 45 of NASA's social media followers gathered at Kennedy to hear stories from key past and present leaders.
Omar Baez celebrated the landing of NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars nine months after he oversaw the mission's launch.
The Morpheus lander is one step closer to achieving autonomous flight and landing.
Lessons learned from the early days of developing Kennedy training sites for exploring beyond low Earth orbit are now being applied to possible ventures to Mars or a return to the moon.