Cape Canaveral

The mission brings the U.S. a step closer to once again sending its own astronauts to space.
The telescope is designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system that might be capable of harboring life.
The explosion took place during a test firing of the Falcon 9 rocket.
My fascination with the white spaces on maps began before my earliest memories-- on an adventurous family trip to see Apollo 14 launch from the Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A in Merritt Island, Fla., on January 31, 1971--exactly two weeks before my second birthday.
It's a Boomer. The bikini officially turned 68 this month. I was shocked, to say the least, to learn that the once fashion essential -- the little black dress -- of my Florida wardrobe was as old as ... well, dirt.
11. Rainstorms rarely last longer than a couple of hours in Florida. Face it: A trip to Venice, Italy, can be pretty pricey
But in Harbor Heights, a town of about a hundred mostly low-slung bungalows and ranch-style homes on the cape, people are
Agent J must travel back in time to 1969 to rescue Agent K and the Universe from Boris's diabolical plot (a young Agent J, played with amazing accuracy by Josh Brolin who mimics Tommy Lee Jones' austere yet humorous delivery).
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral early Tuesday morning. The 3:44 a.m. launch followed numerous
Dragon is set to become the first non-governmental spaceship to rendezvous and berth at the space station during a mission
By: Clara Moskowitz Published: 05/19/2012 08:01 AM EDT on SPACE.com Officials from both NASA and SpaceX have emphasized the
What's the capsule carrying? All sorts of things, including experiments as well as food, scientific equipment, and "mundane
J.G. then admitted the bag was hers. But even after confessing, she says, the agents continued demanding to know "where the
Part of the iconic NASA facility based in Cape Canaveral, Florida is going up for rent, the Washington Post reports. The
The excitement engendered by exploration, innovation and science is tremendous -- and rarely quite as evident as when a rocket launches, bound for another planet.
When he wasn't orbiting Earth fulfilling important missions in space, Musgrave worked as a communicator in Mission Control
http://fl.biology.usgs.gov/DISCOVRE/cruise(underscore)plan(underscore)2009.html "We've barely seen the tip of the iceberg