04.10.13 - Building and launching the Landsat Data Continuity Mission required teams of people across the United States.
04.10.13 - More science work and spacewalk preparations were on the schedule for the Expedition 35 crew Wednesday.› Space Station Live Recap | › ISS Crew Timelines
04.11.13 - Kennedy Space Center will have a leading role in NASA's plans to capture an asteroid and launch astronauts to explore it, the center's director told employees shortly before the agency's 2014 budget proposal was released.
04.10.13 - The "International Space Station Facilities Research in Space 2013 and Beyond" brochure details the many assets available for science on orbit.
04.10.13 - NASA's FY2014 budget proposal includes a plan to robotically capture a small near-Earth asteroid and redirect it safely to a stable orbit in the Earth-moon system where astronauts can visit and explore it.
04.09.13 - Expedition 35 is preparing for a cargo craft undocking and spacewalk next week.› Space Station Live Recap | › ISS Crew Timelines
04.09.13 - Federal and state transportation experts tour Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station to learn about new spaceport activities.
04.10.13 - A study partially funded by NASA finds that charged-water "rain" from Saturn's rings falls across large swaths of the planet.
04.08.13 - X-ray observations from the Japan-led Suzaku satellite are providing a better understanding of the star that met its demise as Kepler's supernova, an event witnessed in 1604 by the famed German astronomer Johannes Kepler.
04.08.13 - The station's Expedition 35 crew kicked off the workweek Monday with robotics, science experiments and preparations for an upcoming spacewalk.› Space Station Live Recap | › ISS Crew Timelines
04.08.13 - Mars has lost much of its original atmosphere, but what's left remains quite active, recent findings from NASA's Mars rover Curiosity indicate. Rover team members reported diverse findings today at the European Geosciences Union 2013 General Assembly, in Vienna.
04.08.13 - Expedition 34 is hard at work 200 plus miles above us! Catch this week's research highlights here.
04.05.13 - Boeing successfully completed a preliminary design review of the component that would connect the company's new crew capsule to its rocket.
04.05.13 - NICER will not only reveal why neutron stars are the densest objects in nature, but also demonstrate navigation technology that could revolutionize travel to the far reaches of the solar system and beyond.
04.05.13 - Visible as a small, sparkling hook in the dark sky, J082354.96 is a starburst galaxy, so named because of the incredibly high rate of star formation occurring within it.
04.05.13 - This new combination video of NOAA's GOES-13 and GOES-15 satellite data shows two rounded images of the Earth as if you were simultaneously looking at the Atlantic and Pacific oceans with very wide-set eyes.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station capture beautiful imagery of our planet through the Crew Earth Observations experiment.› Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth → | › Earth Month 2013
04.05.13 - NASA and Micro Aerospace Solutions partner to test and process a variety of small satellites and payloads at Kennedy for delivery to the International Space Station.
04.05.13 - The Angry Birds exhibit opened at Kennedy's Visitor Complex with games to encourage children to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
04.05.2013 - Forty years ago a small, ambitious spacecraft launched from Cape Canaveral, heading towards the third-brightest point of light in the night sky.