SpaceX Rendezvous With International Space Station DelayedThe SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft waved off its planned rendezvous with the International Space Station due to a navigation error.
Spacex Launches Rocket From NASA's Historic Moon PadSpaceX is taking another shot at launching a rocket from NASA's historic moon pad.
Disney World Closing Its Doors Ahead Of Hurricane MatthewThe Happiest Place on Earth is closing its doors Thursday ahead of Hurricane Matthew.
New NASA Launch Control Software Late, Millions Over BudgetAn internal audit at NASA has revealed the launch control software under development for their deep-space exploration program is more than a year behind schedule and tens of millions of dollars above projected costs.
NASA Looking For New Astronauts In Hopes Of Reaching MarsIs your bachelor's degree in science, math or engineering collecting dust as you skim through the wanted ads? Well, check the space travel section because NASA needs you.
State Entices Bezos To Build Rockets In FloridaBlue Origin, the aerospace effort of technology entrepreneur Jeff Bezos, will build a $200 million manufacturing facility just south of Kennedy Space Center that will employ about 330 people in exchange for state and local incentives.
Prosecutors Allege Bogus Tire Claims By NASA Contractors Two NASA contractors in Florida are accused of submitting hundred of thousands of dollars in fake claims for tires.
NASA Orion Spacecraft Sent To Colorado For Post-Flight TestsAfter a successful unmanned test flight in December, NASA's experimental Orion spacecraft has been shipped to Colorado for final decontamination and testing.
World Trade Center Beam In South Florida Bound For Memorial SiteA piece of the World Trade Center is now in South Florida.
World Trade Center Beam Makes Its Way To Florida A piece of the World Trade Center is making its way to South Florida.
Challenger, Columbia Wreckage On Public Display For First TimeNASA is offering up wreckage from the Challenger and Columbia for public view after hiding it from the world for decades.
Differences Persist In Second Day Of Budget NegotiationsA second day of negotiations between House and Senate lawmakers over a spending plan for the budget year that begins July 1 seemed to highlight longstanding divisions between the two chambers even as legislators tried to come to agreement.