State Fight: Shoring up Florida’s Space Coast
Florida needs to do more to build a space workforce, head of Space Florida says
Q&A with Frank DiBello: Serving Industry and State
Clinton-era Deep Space Climate Observatory Ships to Florida Launch Site, Finally
Florida Lawmakers OK $42.5 Million for Space Projects

Space Florida Award Winners To Send Science to ISS


Two space experiments that won a ride to the ISS in a competition hosted by Space Florida are set to launch as part of SpaceX’s third paid cargo run to the outpost. 

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Florida To Invest $500,000 in NanoRacks
Florida’s Congressional Delegation Backs NASA’s Plan to Lease Old Shuttle Pad
3rd AEHF Satellite Lands in Florida for September Launch
NASA Picks Space Florida To Take Over Shuttle Runway
NASA Efforts To Revamp KSC Get $20 Million Boost from Florida
Resignation of Lt. Gov. in Illegal Gambling Probe Makes Waves for Space Florida
Florida, NASA Wrangling over Spaceport Real Estate

Prototype NASA Lander Crashes in Florida Test


An experimental NASA lunar lander crashed Aug. 9 during its first free-flight test, erupting in a ball of flame after it hit the ground.

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Florida Seeks NASA Land For Commercial Launch Site


Space Florida, the state-backed aerospace development agency, is requesting NASA transfer 60 hectares of land north of the space shuttles’ launch pads for possible development of a new commercial launch site.

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Space Florida Secures Loan for KSC Visitor Complex


Space Florida, the state’s arm for aerospace-related economic development, said Sept. 24 that it had closed on a $62.5 million credit facility with Bank of America to support construction of the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Visitor Complex.

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Florida Taking Steps To Carve Commercial Spaceport out of KSC

Space Florida Calls for ISS Payloads


Space Florida, a state-backed economic development agency, said Sept. 5 that it will cover the cost of flying eight competitively selected research payloads to the international space station (ISS).

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XCOR Aerospace To Build, Fly Suborbital Ships in Florida

Florida Latest To Woo XCOR with Tax Incentive Package


Fresh off an announcement of a research and development center in Texas for future spaceplane projects, California-based XCOR Aerospace won $182,000 worth of economic incentives for a manufacturing and operations center at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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