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Kennedy Space Center
Carved out of virgin savanna and marsh in the early 1960's as the
departure point for Project Apollo's manned explorations of the moon,
the John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) has primary responsibility for ground turnaround and support operations, prelaunch checkout and
launch of the Space Shuttle and its payloads, including NASA's
eventual Space Station.
Marshall Space Flight Center
The Marshall Center is one of NASA's largest centers located in Huntsville, Alabama. Its primary mission is to lead
the Agency to develop and maintain space transportation and
propulsion systems and conduct microgravity research.
Pacific Regional Planetary Data Center
The PRPDC is one of seventeen Regional Planetary Image Facilities (RPIF) around the world, archiving planetary data that serves the planetary research and education community throughout the Pacific.
NASA's Origins Program
The Origins Education Forum is one part of a NASA education team bringing NASA's discoveries to you, from explorations of our home planet Earth to the most distant stars and galaxies.
NASA Planetary Rings Node
The Planetary Rings Node is devoted to archiving and
distributing scientific data sets relevant to planetary ring systems.
Solar System Simulator
Tired of looking at the planets from Earth? This offering from JPL and
NASA allows you to view any planet as seen from any other planet. Gaze
at Jupiter from Venus or Earth from Pluto, all without leaving your seat.
Today at NASA
Here you can find NASA news headlines, updates, press
releases, photo and video galleries On-line
Wallops Flight Facility Mission
The Wallops Test Range Consists of a launch range, aeronautical
research, airport associated tracking, data acquisition and
control instrumentation systems.