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Boeing unveiled the new spacesuit astronauts will wear while flying missions aboard the company's CST-100 Starliner. Testing also was completed on the Core Stage Forward Skirt Umbilical for NASA’s Space Launch System rocket.
Students from across the country compete in the first annual Swarmathon challenge, and NASA selects Orbital ATK to begin negotiations on an agreement to assembly and test a new series of rockets in the Vehicle Assembly Building.
The Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft is taking shape for its upcoming commercial resupply flight to the International Space Station, and NASCAR driver Carl Edwards visited Kennedy ahead of the Daytona 500.
NASA's Launch Services Program, based at Kennedy, is preparing to launch the Jason-3 mission from Vandenberg AFB in California to monitor changes in the world's oceans. Written by Steven Siceloff
Take a look at what 2016 offers for space exploration and NASA's Kennedy Space Center in this episode kicking off the new year of Inside KSC! Written by Steven Siceloff - Produced by Frank Michaux
NASA’s four Commercial Crew astronauts join in a topping-off ceremony for the Crew Access Tower at Space Launch Complex 41. Also, a wearable technology known as IDEAS is showcased at a demonstration in Orlando. Written by Steven Siceloff
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launches Orbital ATK's Cygnus spacecraft loaded with supplies to the International Space Station. Also, representatives of NASA's international partners saw the Commercial Crew facilities coming together at KSC.
Here the latest work platform segment destined for the Vehicle Assembly Building arrives at Kennedy. It is designed to support the SLS rocket and Orion spacecraft as they are processed for deep space missions. Also, the SAGE III instrument was brought to Kennedy for processing ahead of launch to the International Space Station next year where it will monitor Earth's atmosphere.
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