The Swamp Works laboratory at Kennedy embraces the need to experiment and make mistakes to push technologies forward.
Rocket University engineers are developing fast-track projects to imporve skills needed to help design flight systems of the future.
A discussion by Kennedy's director and the shuttle's launch director centered on aspects of managing transitions at the Florida center.
Engineers have devised tests and equipment to perfect storage in space for super-cold propellants.
Kennedy director Bob Cabana worked closely with engineers in reverse mentoring sessions meant to improve communications.
The National Space Club Florida Committee presented Kennedy Space Center director Bob Cabana with its prestigious Dr. Kurt H. Debus Award.
Space Launch Complex-17 is a unique bridge between generations of rocket engineers. Some of NASA's earliest missions began on the twin launch pads, along with many of the agency's latest technological achievements.
Jennifer Wiseman, senior project scientist for Hubble, discusses the history and the status of the pioneering space telescope.
The team in charge of landing NASA's Mars rover Curiosity, managed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, received the museum's highest group honor.
Six large space shuttle artifacts are headed to the Wings of Dreams Aviation Museum at Keystone Heights Airport in Florida to educate and inspire a new generation of explorers.