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This aerial view looking north shows space shuttle Complex 39 Launch Pads A (foreground) and B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. To the right is the Atlantic Ocean. (2006) Photo credit: Cory Huston, NASA

NASA: No New Launch Pads At KSC – For Now

The plan for new commercial launch pads at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center has ended – for now. The plan was to develop commercial launch pads on the north end of KSC – book ending former shuttle pads 39A and 39B.
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Actor Mackenzie Davis, Retired Astronaut  Stott, and Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor

Hollywood, NASA Collide Over Journey To Mars

It’s a busy week for Mars. Earlier this week, scientists announced the findings of liquid water on the red planet. And this weekend, The Martian – a movie chronicling an astronaut marooned on Mars – premiers in theaters. NASA is working on its own mission to Mars, and today, some of that cast from the movie joined those NASA scientist and administrators to talk to students about the real journey to the red planet.
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 NASA’s Orion spacecraft will carry astronauts farther into space than ever before. Photo: NASA

First Manned Orion Mission In 2023, Says NASA

NASA’s Orion spacecraft is a step closer to carrying astronauts to deep space. After reviewing the spacecraft’s technical components, officials gave the capsule a go-ahead for a manned test no later than 2023.
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