It looks like something out of this world, but that's exactly where it would work. A futuristic Mars rover concept vehicle was recently unveiled at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex with a goal of inspiration and education as NASA continues developing plans for its journey to the Red Planet.
The Mars Rover Concept was revealed at the Kennedy Space Center on June 5th, 2017. Built by Florida based Parker Brothers Concepts, this vehicle offers look at what we could expect from a manned mars vehicle. Continue reading Red Planet...Show More Summary
As a part of the Summer of Mars Kickoff Event at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA has unveiled its Mars 2020 Rover concept, which basically looks like something made for Batman. The vehicle boasts a notably blacked-out look, complete with sharp edges and rigid lines, as well as aggressive-looking wheels. This isn’t the final […]
(NASA/Johnson Space Center) SpaceX is scheduled to launch its Dragon spacecraft for its eleventh commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station June 1 from NASA's Kennedy Space Center's historic pad 39A.
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, with the Dragon spacecraft onboard, is seen shortly after being raised vertical at Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, Thursday, June 1, 2017. Liftoff is scheduled for 5:55 p.m EDT.
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully carried its heaviest satellite yet into orbit. The satellite weighs more than 13,000 pounds and is taller than a double-decker bus. Monday's launch at the Kennedy Space Center is the sixth one for SpaceX this year. The satellite is expected to be used for broadband internet on airplanes and ships.
For months, NASA has worked with a concept car company and a TV network to design and build a Mars rover. The unnamed vehicle was built for the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and debuted in early May. Though it's a demonstration...Show More Summary
Video shows U.S. Air Force's robotic space plane landing at NASA's Kennedy Space Center after almost two full years in orbit
On May 7, the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida got a loud surprise. One of the Air Force's two secret X-37B space planes announced its re-entry to Earth with a loud sonic boom. The plane is part of the Air Force's X-37 program. Show More Summary
TWO-YEAR-MISSION: Mysterious military spacecraft lands in Florida causing sonic boom. The Air Force posted tweets that the X37B spacecraft landed Sunday morning at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral after 718 days in orbit. Multiple media outlets reported that the 29-foot-long spacecraft’s return caused a sonic boom that rattled central Florida and could be […]
The US military's X-37B space plane landed at NASA's Kennedy Space Center on Sunday, ending its record-breaking 718-day orbit with a sonic boom during its first landing in Florida. The US Air Force has two X-37B Orbital Test Vehicles,...Show More Summary
Air Force X-37B space plane glided to an autonomous landing at the Kennedy Space Center Sunday, closing out a 718-day flight
The US Air Force's not-so-secret secret spaceplane X-37B set a new orbital endurance record for a reusable unmanned spacecraft as it set down today at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Orbital Test Vehicle mission 4 (OTV-4) came to...Show More Summary
The U.S. military’s experimental X-37B space plane landed on Sunday at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, completing a classified mission that lasted nearly two years, the Air Force said. The unmanned X-37B, which resembles a miniature space shuttle, touched down at 7:47 a.m. EDT (1147...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., May 7 (Reuters) - The U.S. military's experimental X-37B space plane landed on Sunday at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, completing a classified mission that lasted nearly two years, the Air Force said. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
A SpaceX Falcon rocket lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Monday (May 1) to boost a classified spy satellite into orbit for the U.S. military, then turned around and touched down at a nearby landing pad.
SpaceX has launched a top-secret spy satellite for the U.S. government. The unmanned Falcon 9 rocket lifted off Monday morning from its NASA-leased pad at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. … Click to Continue »
SpaceX scrubbed a planned Sunday morning launch of a payload for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office. The spy satellite, known as NROL-76, was to have been launched from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The four-hour window for a launch Monday starts at 7 a.m. EDT. If the launch Monday goes as...