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Next Launch CRS-5 on a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral AFB, FL
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6 Jan 15 11:18:00 GMT
6 Jan 15 6:18:00 EST

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New Generation Countdown Clock Debuts in Time for Historic Orion EFT-1 Mission

The new Kennedy Space Center Press Site countdown clock in action for the recent launch of NASA’s Orion crew capsule on the EFT-1 mission. Photo Credit: Dave Parrish / AmericaSpace

In the morning hours of Friday, Dec. 5, the world’s most powerful active rocket took off into overcast skies at Cape Canaveral Air Force […]

Best Public Viewing Locations to Watch Thursday's Orion EFT-1 Launch

The ULA Delta-IV Heavy in action. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / AmericaSpace

Thousands of space enthusiasts and spectators are flocking to Florida’s “Space Coast” this week to witness the world’s most powerful rocket launch NASA’s deep space Orion crew capsule on Thursday, Dec. 4 (7:05 a.m. EST liftoff). Hotels throughout Brevard County have been […]

NASA's Iconic Kennedy Press Site Countdown Clock Retires in Wake of New Era

One of the most-watched and historic timepieces in the world ticked its last tock this week. The Press Site Countdown Clock at Kennedy Space Center is now retired, a victim of decades of abuse from the Florida elements. The world looked to the clock for America’s push for the moon during Apollo, 135 space […]

All Systems GO For SpaceX To Conduct First US Space Launch Of 2014 On Jan. 3

SpaceX will kick off 2013 with their Falcon-9 v1.1 rocket on its third flight this Friday, Jan. 3, to deliver the Thaicom-6 satellite into orbit for Thaicom PLC. Photo Credit: AmericaSpace / Jeffrey J. Soulliere

With 2013 now but a memory, America’s space program is wasting no time kicking off the new year, with […]

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Resumes

The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex from the air. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / awaltersphoto.com

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will resume offering Kennedy Space Center bus tours to the Apollo/Saturn V Center. The bus tours, which had been suspended due to the government shutdown, are available to Visitor Complex guests starting Friday, Oct. […]

Retro Space Images: Preparing STS-41D

Photo Credit: NASA / Retro Space Images

Age of Discovery: The Sun sets at Pad 39A on August 29, 1984, as preparations continue for the maiden launch of Space Shuttle Discovery the following morning. The first launch attempt for Discovery had ended with a pad abort at T-6 seconds on June 26, 1984.

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On @ The 90: Atlantis Exhibit's Opening Highlights NASA's Malaise

Yesterday’s opening of the Atlantis Exhibit unleashed a swell of emotions from most in attendance. It was a time to reflect on the past as well as the future. Photo Credit: Jason Rhian / AmericaSpace

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla — As a former soldier and law enforcement officer, I am not one who is comfortable […]

Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit Opens at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

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Space Shuttle Atlantis Ready for Mission 34: To Enthuse and Inspire at KSCVC

Atlantis—veteran of 33 space missions between October 1985 and July 2011—is about to embark on her 34th and perhaps most important mission of all: to inspire a new generation of explorers. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / awaltersphoto.com

On Saturday, 29 June, after months of fanfare and almost two years since last exposed to the […]

The Shuttle Landing Experience: The Shuttle is Gone, But the Dream Lives On!

Video courtesy of AmericaSpace with NASA elements

TITUSVILLE, Fla — During the space shuttle era, one of the most iconic moments of any of the missions was the orbiter’s rapid drop to the hard Earth below to the Shuttle Landing Facility, or “SLF.” Heralded by twin sonic booms, it served […]