Featured in kennedy space center
OSIRIS-REx Liftoff: Perfectly Executed, On Its Way To An Asteroid
"Let’s go get the science."
The Dizzying View Inside NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building
It's bigger on the inside
A Rare New Bacterium Thrives In Spacecraft Cleanrooms
A recently discovered bacterium thrives in the cleanest places on Earth—where spacecraft are assembled.
Big Pic: Orion Powers Up
NASA's first manned deep-space craft is designed to eventually take humans to Mars.
The Nerdiest Places To Explore On Google Street View
Particle accelerators, space shuttles, natural wonders. Virtual tourism panders to the nerds.
When NASA technicians saw the navigation system on the Morpheus lander prototype shut off less than a second after liftoff, … Continued
NASA Puts Space Shuttle Launch Facilities Up For Sale. Make An Offer!
The space agency wants new tenants or owners for its now-obsolete shuttle equipment.
Video: Google Street View Adds Space Shuttles, Launch Pads and More At Kennedy Space Center
America’s space shuttles may be settling into their retirement roles as national artifacts, but for space fans who miss their … Continued
With Shuttle Launches Over, Cleanup of Launch Zone Chemicals Will Take Decades and Millions of Dollars
With every ending comes a new beginning, as they say — so with the ending of the space shuttle program … Continued
Look Back in Awe
Space Shuttle: Just for the wow of it, an onboard shuttle cam lifts off.