This unassuming little beachside cottage stands as a silent witness to space history.
The space shuttles main computer system is well-regarded for its reliability, even though it runs on machines far from cutting-edge.
Kennedy's Shuttle Landing Facility xenon lights shine brightly for a safe touchdown.
On launch day, a space shuttle astronaut's first challenge isn't handling the force of liftoff or adjusting to microgravity -- it's getting dressed.
Uncovering the mystery of the rose-colored rectangles below the Solid Rocket Boosters
Air traffic controllers at the space shuttle's runway deal with exotic aircraft, race cars and even stray pilots on a day-to-day basis.
Calm, confident and careful still define the people who give the ultimate "go" to launch a spacecraft.
Away from the Firing Room, the Shuttle Launch Director represents the men and women who help put people in space.
NASA engineers make sure the heavens are aligned for a Space Shuttle launch.
The Astronaut Crew Quarters has served as a hotel and business center for astronauts since the first Gemini flights.
When it's time to teach an astronaut how to land an orbiter, a modified business jet fits the bill.
No, it's not Santa; it's Troy Mann, the lead stowage technician for the space shuttle.
Larry Taylor and his team test hundreds of explosives that are installed on the space shuttle.
Orbiters to receive next-generation insulation tile.
Customized 747 aircraft have the critical job of carrying space shuttle orbiters across the country.