The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts located in Washington, DC has celebrated a one-year anniversary of its sleek communication space the Russian Lounge created with donations from Russia’s Vladimir Potanin Foundation.
“Swan Lake” The Washington Ballet and Evermay Chamber Orchestra Eisenhower Theater The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC April 9 & 11 (evening), 2015 by George Jackson © 2015 by George Jackson These performances...Show More Summary
Clark McClelland a NASA Space Shuttle engineer who was part of the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, stands by his claims, that evidence the presence of aliens monitoring the NASA Space Shuttle mission from a distance, in 1991....Show More Summary
Some online UFO websites are revisiting the strange case of Clark C. McClelland, a man who claimed in 2008 that he was a retired spacecraft operator (ScO) with NASA’s Shuttle Fleet at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida from 1958 to 1992. Show More Summary
A report released by NASA’s Office of Inspector General warns that the agency may be hard-pressed to have its Kennedy Space Center launch facilities ready by November 2018.
When my daughters, 10 and 12, went to Florida with me recently, we flew into Orlando. To my great relief, neither of them expressed any interest in going to Disney World; we spent a great day at NASA's Kennedy Space Center instead.I've...Show More Summary
NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida has two of the largest vehicles ever built on treads. Crawler-transporter No. 1 and crawler-transporter No. 2 (CT-1 and CT-2) have carried rockets and spacecraft to the launch pad for the last 50 years. Read more...
NASA's defunct space shuttles have found homes around the US and the 747s that brought them there have also been put to pasture. With no more shuttle carrier aircraft (SCAs), the agency has no more use for the Kennedy Space Center mate-demate facilit...
I spent most of the first week of December down at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center for the launch of Orion, NASA’s next-generation spacecraft. As part of NASA Social, I was lucky enough to get some behind-the-scenes tours, and to talk with...Show More Summary
It's amazing how effective those thermal shields are on NASA's Orion spacecraft. With all of the panels removed for a viewing by Kennedy Space Center workers, you can hardly see any heat-related damage under the skin of the spacecraft. Read more...
BB co-conspirator Ariel "Spacehack" Waldman points us to a free NASA conference on future space-tech happening near Kennedy Space Center January 27-29! Read the rest
The Orion spacecraft may have taken less than five hours to fly into space and back, but it will take a fortnight for it to return to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, so Lockheed Martin, builder of the capsule, is conducting tests on the fly. Show More Summary
Since Orion launched on Friday, we've seen dozens of fabulous photos of NASA's EFT-1 mission, mostly of the majestic Delta IV Heavy launch at Kennedy Space Center. But this one is truly outstanding. Read more...
Climate change threatens NASA's launch pads in Florida. Nearly 100 feet of beach that served as a buffer between the Atlantic and the launch pads has been lost since 2003. Vicente Arenas reports from the Kennedy Space Center.
The effects of climate change are already showing up in places from Miami to Alaska, scientists say, but geologists are now focusing their attention on one especially noteworthy and vulnerable piece of waterfront real estate: Kennedy Space Center.
NASA's Orion spacecraft has successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid joins CBSN from the Kennedy Space Center with the latest.
NASA's launch of its Orion spacecraft has been scrubbed for a day. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid joins CBSN from the Kennedy Space Center with more on the problems plaguing the launch.
NASA is launching the Orion space capsule Thursday morning. Officials say it's a crucial step toward a manned mission to Mars. Chip Reid reports from the Kennedy Space Center.
NASA's Orion spacecraft, arguably the most advanced spacecraft ever constructed, is scheduled for liftoff this morning from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. If successful, we could soon see the craft toting astronauts to the moon, Mars, and beyond. Follow along live. Read more...
NASA's Orion spacecraft is set to have its first test flight this morning from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. If the test flight proves successful, the next-gen space capsule is expected to one day carry astronauts to the...