Above are iconic images of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. For images of  Space Shuttle Atlantis®, Rocket Garden, Shuttle Launch Experience, the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, Astronaut Training Experience (ATX), Meeting & Events, launches, and logos please click on the appropriate folders above.
 
 
Fighting Gravity
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09.20.2017

Fighting Gravity

Foale and Ochoa
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05.19.2017

Foale and Ochoa

Foale and Ochoa make up the 16th group of space shuttle astronauts to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, and their addition to the group brings the total number of inductees to 95.   
Ellen Ochoa
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05.19.2017

Ellen Ochoa

Ochoa has achieved two major firsts for the Hispanic community: she was the first Hispanic woman to go to space, the first Hispanic director of Johnson Space Center and is now the first Hispanic woman to be inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame. She currently serves as the 11th director of the Johnson Space Center. After becoming a United States astronaut in 1991, Ochoa served as a mission specialist on four space shuttle flights and as payload commander on one of those missions. She also has operated the Remote Manipulator System (RMS) three times in her career, once for an eight-hour spacewalk.
Michael Foale
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05.19.2017

Michael Foale

Foale was selected as an astronaut candidate in 1987 and later was named mission specialist on three of his six space shuttle missions. He has become the only American citizen to have served on both Mir and the International Space Station (ISS). During his NASA career, Foale became Chief of the Soyuz Branch at Johnson Space Center supporting Soyuz and International Space Station operations.