New Astronaut Training and Mars Base 1 at KSC Visitor Complex Offers Incredible Experience

Performing some tasks on an ISS truss in a microgravity trainer at the new Astronaut Training Experience (ATX) at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Photo: Alan Walters / AmericaSpace

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (KSVC) recently opened its new Astronaut Training Experience (ATX) Center, giving the public a really fun and interesting interactive learning […]

These Are The Best Places to Watch Falcon Heavy's Debut Next Week

Waterfowl around launch complex 39A take flight as the world’s most powerful (soon) operational rocket, the Falcon Heavy, came to life for a test fire on Jan 24, 2018. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace

Thousands of space enthusiasts and spectators, as well as around 400 credentialed journalists from around the globe, are flocking […]

Florida Spaceports Recovering from Irma, No Launches Until Oct

Launch Complex 39 surrounding areas are seen during an aerial survey of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on September 12, 2017. The survey was performed to identify structures and facilities that may have sustained damage from Hurricane Irma as the storm passed Kennedy on September 10, 2017. NASA closed the center ahead of […]

Still an 'Inspiration': Space Shuttle Mockup Moved, Will Undergo Upgrades

“Inspiration” on the move: On Saturday, Jan. 16, the space shuttle mockup was moved from its mounts to a new home across the Indian River. Photo Credit: Mike Killian/AmericaSpace

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Changes are taking place along NASA Causeway, the stretch of road leading to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in […]

New 'Forever Remembered' Exhibit Pays Tribute to Challenger and Columbia Crews STS-51L and STS-107

 

“Forever Remembered” at KSCVC pays tribute to the 14 fallen astronaut heroes who sacrificed their lives during America’s 30-year space shuttle program. Photo Credit: Talia Landman / AmericaSpace

“The future doesn’t belong to the fainthearted, it belongs to the brave.” – President Ronald Reagan

There was not a dry eye in the house […]

Four Space Shuttle Veterans Inducted Into US Astronaut Hall of Fame

Astronaut Robert “Hoot” Gibson (at podium) speaks prior to Dr. Rhea Seddon’s induction into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 30. From left: Astronaut Scholarship Foundation Chairman Daniel Brandenstein, Kent Rominger, Seddon, Steve Lindsey, John Grunsfeld, Gibson, and CNN’s John Zarrella. Photo Credit: Emily Carney / AmericaSpace

Four space shuttle veterans, […]

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 […]