- SpaceRefMay 26 07:28 AM
Space Florida Signs Memorandum of Understanding with University of West Florida
- SPACE.com via Yahoo! NewsMay 13 04:12 AM
A large piece of a space shuttle launch pad has landed on temporary display, where the public visiting NASA's Florida spaceport may catch sight of it. The orbiter access arm and "white room" that for 30 years served as the astronauts' walkway into the space shuttles poised on Launch Pad 39A was recently moved outside of the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The arm and ...
- Los Angeles TimesMay 22 08:23 AM
In 1969, the moon landing brought together a nation, millions slack-jawed in the glow of their televisions. In 1986, the explosion of the Challenger became a defining moment for a generation of schoolchildren. But how many of us remember the blastoff of Atlantis in 2011 — the final flight of NASA's...
- Discovery NewsMay 25 07:50 AM
While Memorial Day honors veterans who have died in combat, there are also the men and women who have died serving their country in the name of space exploration.
- Tampa Bay TimesMay 25 08:48 AM
Tampa Bay WaVE expects to grow more local businesses with a grant through USF.
- WFTV 9 OrlandoMay 13 02:27 PM
A popular tour on the Space Coast has been canceled, Channel 9 learned. The Then and Now tour took guests from Kennedy Space Center to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The cancelation was in response to increased threat level at military bases. The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex would take about 50 guests by bus over to Cape Canaveral. Jerry Mulberry worked at Kennedy Space Center for ...
- Washington PostMay 07 11:00 AM
The arts center?s expansion, including a pedestrian bridge to the riverside, is expected to open in 2018.
- The Washington TimesMay 26 01:49 AM
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - An alumna of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine is being inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame this week. Dr. Margaret Rhea Seddon is a 1973 graduate of the medical school and one of NASA's first female astronauts. The public ceremony will be held ...
- WJXT JacksonvilleMay 24 04:09 AM
George Sweetman cruises the Indian River. George Sweetman must follow the crabs. This year, they lure him to the shallows surrounding NASA's Kennedy Space Center, where the beginnings of a blue crab revival crawl inside his steel traps.
- SPACE.com via Yahoo! NewsMay 19 08:37 AM
On Wednesday, the United States Air Force's Rapid Capabilities Office is set to launch the fourth mission of the X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle — the military's secretive robotic space plane. The reusable, unmanned X-37B spacecraft will blast off atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V booster tomorrow (May 20) at 10:45 a.m. EDT (1445 GMT) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Since April...
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