From arrival to launch, the Space Shuttle's External Tank is processed at Kennedy Space Center.› View this Video →
The Orbiter Boom Sensor System is undergoing final checkout and testing at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
The External Tank that will help launch Space Shuttle Discovery on its Return to Flight mission has arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.› View this Video →
Technicians like Chuck Jones are working hard to ensure the Space Shuttle's Solid Rocket Boosters are ready for Return to Flight.› View this Video →
The Crawler Transporter goes for a test drive to try out its first set of new shoes since 1965.
Teams at the Kennedy Space Center staged a disaster drill to simulate a launch-day emergency.› View Video →
Research efforts will dramatically improve the safety of the Space Shuttles before they return to flight.
Aerospace technician Lisa Campbell spends most of her days installing a new sensor system inside Space Shuttle Discovery's left wing.
NEEMO Aquanauts use undersea expeditions to prepare for missions into space.
How do astronauts train to land the Space Shuttle -- known as the flying brick?
New Crawler shoes have KSC stepping closer to Return to Flight
This new monthly series takes you behind the scenes as NASA prepares its Space Shuttle fleet and its workforce.
Space Shuttle runway guidance system recertified for Return to Flight
A Solid Rocket Booster's preparation for stacking is a milestone in NASA's Return to Flight efforts.
Dust and dirt are never welcome in space. Learn how spacecraft are kept spotless for flight.
NASA's Space Shuttle Program on track for a safe Return to Flight
Can you imagine working with a family member on the Shuttle? For one mother and daughter, it's a reality.
Shuttle Columbia debris to help industry design safer products.
Cutting, quilting, baking, installing... How do KSC workers make space-age blankets for the Space Shuttle?