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Orion blasts off atop a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Photo: KennedySpaceCenter.com

New Renovations At Kennedy Space Center For Evolving Space Program

NASA is planning new renovations at Kennedy Space Center as the space agency prepares to send astronauts to an asteroid and Mars on its first new spacecraft in a generation. It has selected J.P. Donovan Construction of Rockledge in Brevard County to refurbish some of the ground infrastructure that will launch astronauts into deep space.
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A GPS Block IIF Satellite sits atop ULA’s Atlas V rocket. Photo: United Launch Alliance

Space Coast Set For Atlas V Launch

An Atlas V rocket is set for launch from Cape Canaveral Wednesday morning. It’s the first from the space coast since SpaceX’s Flacon 9 rocket exploded shortly after launch late last month.
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Pluto nearly fills the frame in this image from the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) aboard NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, taken on July 13, 2015 when the spacecraft was 476,000 miles from the surface. Photo: NASA/APL/SwRI
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New Horizons Reaches Pluto In Historic Planetary Discovery

After almost a decade, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft made its closest pass to Pluto. The deep space probe will survey the surface of the icy dwarf-planet and send back photos never before seen. Intersection’s Brendan Byrne talks with the mission’s principal investigator Doctor Alan Stern about the mission.
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New Horizons Makes Closest Pluto Flyby

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is making its closest approach to Pluto Tuesday morning. The deep space probe will survey the surface of the icy dwarf-planet and send back photos never before seen.
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