Throughout this section of the website, you will find information on the different programs and projects NASA operates. Read about the most recent rocket launch information and what advancements are being made in the commercial crew program. Learn about NASA's ground support and center planning program, designed to conceptualize and construct twenty-first century launch complexes. Finally, stay up-to-date with the International Space Station and Mars Exploration.
About Kennedy Space Center
NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center helped set the stage for America’s adventure to space for five decades. Kennedy Space Center offers 6,000 acres of land for facilities and roads, and has 7.8 million square feet of building area, and 564 miles of roads, including 184 miles of paved and 380 miles of unpaved roads.
As NASA transitions from the Space Shuttle Program to future endeavors Kennedy’s work force remains focused on the agency’s core values: safety, integrity, teamwork, and excellence.