The crew of Atlantis restarts construction of the International Space Station.
Matt Tanner has gone where no astronaut’s child has gone before: into the depths of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.
A delicate procedure is successfully completed on Space Shuttle Atlantis.
The STS-115 crew completed a week of prelaunch training at Kennedy Space Center.
Could a surface anomaly on the space shuttle pose a danger to the vehicle and its crew on landing?
STS-115 resumes space station construction.
A picture-perfect landing returns the STS-121 Discovery astronauts safely to Earth after a successful mission to the International Space Station.
New avian radar will track vultures prior to liftoff.
NASA's new Firing Room 4 to debut with flight of Discovery.
Crew trains in Florida for mission to continue building the International Space Station.
'Roadkill Roundup' helps make shuttle launches safer.
Times change, people change, and even orbiters and astronauts change.
Kennedy Space Center renames its Firing Room 1 in honor of STS-1 Commander John Young and Pilot Robert Crippen.
A public affairs writer gets a middeck seat to a space shuttle simulation.
NASA's ships fill key roles.
The two-day event at Kennedy gave mission astronauts a chance to handle the hardware.
The giant, twin workhorses of Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39 are still pulling their weight after 40 years on the job.
A space legacy lives on.
NASA awards Exceptional Bravery Medals to NASA and Lockheed Martin workers for protecting spaceflight hardware during Hurricane Katrina.
More than 100 cameras offered unprecedented views as Discovery climbed through the atmosphere. But these elaborate camera systems were designed to do more than dazzle home viewers.