Astronaut Laurel Clark sees small miracles in the living creatures on board.
NASA's security chief says security hasn't increased tremendously for the Jan. 16, 2003 launch of shuttle Columbia.
CAPE CANAVERAL – In a big room at Kennedy Space Center, cylindrical labs and plastic-draped trusses surround a 17-ton space girder whose time to fly has come.
CAPE CANAVERAL - Workers on Tuesday dinged foam on an external fuel tank scheduled to fly with the shuttle in July.
CAPE CANAVERAL - Kennedy Space Center is preparing to receive a shuttle fuel tank and get it ready for a May launch. The tank is expected to ship out of New Orleans this morning.
Astronaut Eileen Collins explained to an agog David Letterman Tuesday night that the space shuttle goes from zero to 17,500 miles per hour in less than nine minutes.
CAPE CANAVERAL—A Boeing Delta 4 rocket launch was called off late in the countdown Tuesday evening during a second attempt to launch a weather satellite.
CAPE CANAVERAL - Shuttle Discovery is to be separated from its fuel tank and rocket boosters this morning, after its rollback last week to the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center.
CAPE CANAVERAL - Deep Impact is on track to smash its impactor into a comet July 4, but its high-resolution camera's focus is still imperfect.
CAPE CANAVERAL - Discovery is moving in the wrong direction but for the right reasons, workers said as the shuttle began rolling back to the launch pad at Kennedy Space Center this morning.
CAPE CANAVERAL - About two months since workers hailed Discovery's roll to the launch pad, they are about to move the shuttle back to Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building.
New NASA administrator Mike Griffin, visiting Kennedy Space Center today, made it clear the shuttle would be replaced, and soon.
CAPE CANAVERAL -- NASA is offering people a chance to comment tonight and Wednesday on a planned mission to Pluto that will carry nuclear fuel.
CAPE CANAVERAL -- Bunny-suited workers at Kennedy Space Center carefully settled a new inspection boom into place on the right side of shuttle Discovery's payload bay Monday.
The Mars rovers emerged from a communications blackout period and the low point of winter today with new funding and big plans for the journey ahead.