Once in the Doldrums, Florida Coast Hums With Space Launches
A decade ago, Florida’s Space Coast was in the doldrums. The space shuttle program had ended, and with it the steady stream of space enthusiasts who filled the area’s restaurants and hotel and motel rooms during regular astronaut launches. The Kennedy Space Center’s 7,400 laid-off shuttle workers struggled to find jobs in their fields, and many left for other states....
NASA Postpones Artemis 1 Launch
NASA called off the launch of its mighty new moon rocket on its debut flight due to engine trouble. NBC 6’s Chelsea Ambriz reports