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Area III Field Special Olympic Games

The Special Olympics are coming to the Stennis Space Center in a couple of weeks. The event will take place Saturday, March 25th at...
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Gautier students web-chat with Stennis engineer

For a group of students at Gautier Middle School, a virtual tour of the International Space Center turned into a web-cast Q&A session with...
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Aerojet Rocketdyne Announces Expansion at NASA’s Stennis Space Center

As long as NASA needs engines tested to launch rockets into space, there’s no better place to test them than at Stennis Space Center....
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Stennis Space Center Loses Contractor Jobs

The John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County will lose 129 contractor jobs as a result of a recent consolidation of operational contracts. The...
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State of NASA

President Barack Obama unveiled his budget proposal for the 2017 fiscal year today, including a $19 billion request for NASA. $156 million of those...
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Stennis Space Center Fires Up Engine

NASA’s new Space Launch System program plans to build on the old shuttle or space transportation system missions that started decades ago.
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Stennis Space Center Has Big Plans for the Future

State officials from Mississippi and Louisiana had breakfast at the Infinity Science Center Thursday morning to hear about the future of the space center and its local impact.

Atheletes Sought for Area III Special Olympics

Athletes should begin training now to prepare for a fun-filled day of games and activities during the annual Area III Special Olympics Track and Field Competitions scheduled for March 21st, 2015 at N.A.S.A. Stennis Space Center.

More than 500 MS & LA Students Expected to Answer Rocket Rescue Challenge at...

This Saturday, INFINITY expects an estimated 500 middle school students to attend “Rockets to the Rescue,” a N.A.S.A./Stennis Space Center Education Department aerospace engineering challenge.
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Gov. Bryant Hopes to Bring Unmanned Vessels to the Coast

Governor Phil Bryant was on the Coast Wednesday afternoon introducing unmanned vehicle systems that could play a huge role in his national oceans and applications research at Stennis Space Center.