Achievements at Kennedy Space Center happen because of a superior work force characterized by its diversity.
NASA has relied on the Space Coast and a fleet of expendable launch vehicles to carry the agency’s multitude of scientific, Earth-observing and interplanetary missions into space.
Planning gets under way at Kennedy to support NASA's new Constellation Program.
Brevard County’s introduction to the Space Age came in October 1949.
Project scientist Gerry Soffen called Israel Taback the "father of the Mars Viking Lander," parentage that Taback rejected with his usual wry wit. "It didn't need a father. More of a godfather."
Kennedy Space Center has hosted visitors and honorary guests from its inception.
Just six days after NASA formally organized, America’s first manned space program was born.
NASA's 50th anniversary was celebrated with an all-star gathering of legendary American astronauts.
Katherine Johnson was 90 on Tuesday, an apt date because it also was National Equality Day. Not that she ever thought she wasn't equal.
Fifty years ago, Dr. Thomas Keith Glennan was sworn in as the first NASA Administrator. Dr. Hugh Dryden was appointed as his deputy administrator. Read more historical facts in This Month in Exploration.