Recently in the Kennedy Space Center Category

NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida took another step forward in its transformation to a 21st Century multi-user spaceport with the completion of the new Small Class Vehicle Launch Pad, designated 39C, in the Launch Pad 39B area.

A team at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, collaborating with counterparts at the Goddard Space Flight Center, recently demonstrated groundbreaking technology that could add years of service to Earth orbiting satellites.

Port Canaveral is seeking to work out a deal with NASA and Kennedy Space Center to use rail lines on KSC property to help form a rail link to the port that would boost its cargo operations, helping create thousands of jobs.

On Thursday, November 1, NASA officials held a briefing to discuss Kennedy Space Center's future for spaceflight. Present were Bob Cabana, Director, Kennedy Space Center, Bill Hill, Assistant deputy Associate Administrator, NASA's Exploration Systems Development, and Ed Mango, Manager, NASA's Commercial Crew Program.

The Kennedy Space Center (KSC) has a requirement for customer relationship assessments through the use and interpretation of customer surveys for the Launch Services Program (LSP). This notice is being issued as a Sole Source Request for Quotation to Harlan Brown & Company, Inc., Sinking Spring, PA for the LSP 2012 Customer Survey requirements listed in the attached Statement of Work.

VAB Refurbishment Underway

The Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida has been a landmark to the technological advancements of sending men to the moon and astronauts into space for more than 45 years. But the VAB, as it is best known, is due for major renovations to continue processing launch vehicles and support the subsequent launching of a new generation of astronauts into orbit and deeper into space than ever before.