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NASA planning facelift for Kennedy Space Center

  NASA officials are hoping to renovate portions of Kennedy Space Center as a new era in space travel quickly approaches. WESH's Dan Billow reports.

Space City USA bracing for economic crash ... again

The area around Central Florida's eastern shores calls itself "The Space Coast," but with the shuttle program ending, a more apt moniker might be "Space Ghost." Full story

Space Shuttle Endeavor lands for the last time

  The Space Shuttle Endeavor arrived at Kennedy Space Center in Florida early Wednesday morning after traveling nearly 123 million miles. NBC's Brian Williams reports.

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  Giffords takes giant step

Determined to make the trip to Kennedy Space Center for the launch of the Shuttle Endeavor this Friday, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was seen gingerly climbing the stairs to board a NASA jet on Wednesday—the first time she has been seen in public since being critically wounded in a shooting rampage in Ja

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