Orion Capsule Completes Vibration Testing at Kennedy
Kennedy To Succeed Swanson at Raytheon
Profile | Garrett Lee Skrobot, Mission Manager, Educational Launch of Nanosatellites, NASA Kennedy Space Center
NASA Developing Prototype Asteroid-mapping Radar at KSC

KSC ‘Swamp Works’ Creating, Spinning off Tools for Exploration

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Modeled after Lockheed Martin’s famed Skunk Works research and development center, the Florida group chose a name suited to its environment: Swamp Works. 

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Two New Tenants Move into NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

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United Paradyne will take over maintenance and operations of the spaceport’s Hypergolic Maintenance Facility.

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NASA Efforts To Revamp KSC Get $20 Million Boost from Florida

VIDEO | Shuttle Atlantis Unwrapped & Revealed at Kennedy Visitor Center

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Telesat  said it expects to sign a contract for a satellite to replace the Telstar 12 spacecraft at 15 degrees west by August.

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New Tenant Moves into KSC’s Space Station Processing Facility
Abort Motor for 1st NASA Orion Capsule Arrives at Kennedy

VIDEO | Atlas 5 Launch Seen from Roof at KSC

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The committee’s incoming chairman announced the names of the 21 Republicans who will help him oversee the U.S. space program and other science and technology matters when the 113th Congress convenes in January.

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VIDEO | Space Shuttle Atlantis Departs Kennedy Space Center

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Space Shuttle Atlantis, the final orbiter to be retired, departed NASA’s Kennedy Space Center by road Nov 2 headed south for a signing ceremony. Atlantis was bound for the KSC Visitor Center to be permanently displayed in a $100 million exhi…

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Space Florida Secures Loan for KSC Visitor Complex

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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

Kennedy Safety Contract Awarded to Alabama Firm

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A-P-T Research Inc. of Huntsville, Ala., was selected Aug. 15 to provide mission assurance, engineering and risk assessment services to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida under a four-year contract worth $36 million.

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First Orion Flight Test Capsule Arrives at Kennedy Space Center

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