The Space Coast
Welcome to the Space Coast!
For over 70 years, Brevard County has been the center for the space program for the United States. We’ve put humans into orbit, landed on the moon and sent spacecraft to the edge of our solar system from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Kennedy Space Center.
The future is bright for the space program now that the area has turned into multi-user space port and that we are once again launching humans into orbit and soon, beyond from right here on the Space Coast!
We look forward to sharing information about the space program right here on Destination Brevard.
SpaceX KPLO Launch
Watch the SpaceX KPLO mission live.
NASA’s SLS amazes the world with its first rollout
NASA's first SLS sitting at SLC-39B for testing. Photo by Ryan Seeloff NASA made history on St. Patrick's Day evening by introducing the first Space Launch System (SLS) rocket to the planet
GOES-T Launch from CCSFS
GOES-T on its way. Photo by Destination Brevard At 4:38 p.m. on March 1st, United Launch Alliance (ULA) put the #GOES-T geostationary weather observation satellite into orbit on board one of their Atlas
Photo Gallery: Assorted images from KSC and CCSFS #2
NASA F-18s at KSC for the Sonic Booms in Atmospheric Turbulence flights, or SonicBAT tests. SpaceX Falcon Heavy at SLC 39A. ULA Atlas V at SLC 41.
Photo Gallery: Assorted images from KSC and CCSFS #1
Delta IV Heavy lifting off from SLC 37B Delta IV Heavy on it's way. The iconic Vehicle Assembly Building. SpaceX Falcon Heavy at SLC 39A. SpaceX