Entries in NASA (5)

Tuesday
Mar222016

NASA's Stennis Space Center Fuels Dreams at Batson Children's Hospital

Produced by Jim Albritton | A space suit, a giant rocket and a NASA astronaut at Batson Children's Hospital highlight Mississippi's crucial role in the space program. The Magnolia State is home to Stennis Space Center, NASA's massive rocket engine testing facility in Hancock County and a dream factory for patients at the state's only children's hospital.

Saturday
Feb082014

Photos | Mission Control at Johnson Space Center in Houston

Photos of the original Mission Control at Johnson Space Center in Houston which is now a national historic landmark. Facebook Photo Gallery to see the photos and click here to see all our photo albums.


Saturday
Feb082014

Photos | Saturn V Rocket | Johnson Space Center in Houston

Photos of the Saturn V rocket at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. Go to our Facebook Photo Gallery to see the photos and click here to see all our photo albums.


Wednesday
Sep192012

Stennis Space Center Bids Endeavour a Jimmy Buffett Style, Magnolia State Goodbye

Produced by Jim Albritton | Hundreds of visitors and employees turned out at the John C. Stennis Space Center to bid farewell to the Space Shuttle Endeavour as it passed 1,500 feet overhead, atop a modified 747, headed for its new home at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. This final flight, which marks the end of NASA's shuttle program, also highlights the crucial role Stennis has held for more than 30 years. For information about Stennis Space Center tours and to learn more about its Infinity Science Center, go to http://visitinfinity.com

Go to our Facebook Photo Gallery to see photos of the Space Shuttle Endeavour's flyover of the John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Mississippi. Click here to see all our photo albums. Our video news story about the event is coming soon. 


 

Sunday
Apr292012

The Mississippi Gulf Coast | From Sea to Space and Everywhere in Between | 2012 

Produced by Jim Albritton | A video tour of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, including cities, casinos, ports, bays and hotels all along the world's largest man-made beach. Plus a look at NASA's nearby Stennis Space Center.