|Students Visit Infinity Science Center & Speak to Astronaut
All systems were go Thursday morning for a group of students at Infinity Science Center to watch N.A.S.A. launch the Orion space capsule. Video
|School Kids Get to Talk to Live Astronauts Via Satellite
Students were invited to the Infinity Science Center to talk with astronauts live from space, in hopes of spiking their interest in exploration. Video
|Stennis Space Center Employees Receive 2014 N.A.S.A. Honor Awards
Stennis Space Center Director, Rick Gilbrech, and N.A.S.A. Deputy Associate Administrator, Lesa Roe, presented annual N.A.S.A. Honor Awards to center employees during an onsite ceremony Aug. 19th.
|New Partnership Launched Between Stennis & SpaceX
A newly launched partnership between N.A.S.A. and a commercial company named SpaceX took place Monday at Stennis Space Center. Video
|SpaceX & Stennis Hope to Send Man to Mars w/in 15 Years
A cutting edge space exploration program says men may be on Mars within 15 years and wants help from Stennis Space Center to get them there. Video
|Workers at Stennis Space Center Go On Strike
The hands that maintain operations at Stennis Space Center are on strike. Video
|Top Scientist from N.A.S.A. Visits the Gulf Coast
One of N.A.S.A.'s top scientists was on the Coast this morning to discuss some new technology. Video
|N.A.S.A. Scientists Get Involved with Local Schools
N.A.S.A. scientists from the Stennis Space Center have been working to get more involved with local schools. Video
|Space Subcommittee Approves Bipartisan N.A.S.A. Authorization Act
The Space Subcommittee today approved the N.A.S.A. Authorization Act of 2014 (H.R. 4412) with unanimous bipartisan support.
|Hancock County Welcomes SpaceX to its Corporate Family
Hancock County, the state of Mississippi and NASA’s
Stennis Space Center officially welcomed commercial spaceflight pioneer SpaceX at a ribbon
cutting ceremony Monday.
|Former Astronaut Fred Haise Jr. to Speak at M.G.C.C.C.’s S.T.E.M. Conference
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College (M.G.C.C.C.) will hold a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) spring conference at the Jefferson Davis Campus on Friday, Feb. 28, at 10 a.m. in the campus Fine Arts Auditorium. Fred Haise Jr., former Apollo 13 lunar module pilot, will be the guest speaker.
|Famous Astronaut, Fred Haise, Speaks at M.G.C.C.C.
One local community college campus welcomed a local legend from Biloxi this morning. Video