Kennedy Space Center NextGen Website

Spaceports

2008

2004-2005

Future Interagency Range and Spaceport Technology

Future Interagency Range and Spaceport Technology

2002-2004

The Advanced Spaceport Technology Working Group

The Advanced Spaceport Technology Working Group

  • Advanced Spaceport Technologies Working Group, Baseline Report, November 2003.

2000

  • Kevin Brown, Command and Control Technologies, Carey McCleskey, NASA KSC, "National Spaceport Testbed," 37th Space Congress, Canaveral Council of Technical Societies, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2000.

1998-2001

The Vision Spaceport Partnership

The Vision Spaceport Partnership Busy Spaceport

In 1998, the Kennedy Space Center entered into a Joint Sponsored Research Agreement (JSRA), the Vision Spaceport Partnership (VSP). Partners included the Ames Research Center, the Institute for Simulation and Training of the University of Central Florida, Barker-Ramos & Associates, the Boeing Company, Command and Control Technologies Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation and Science Applications International Corporation / Pat Rawlings. All parties contributed to the partnership and worked towards achieving the objectives of the agreement.

This partnership was dedicated to promoting R&D between government, industry and academia to help conceive revolutionary new spaceport architectures and space launch operations capabilities. This R&D partnership advanced the development of design tools or models for the purpose of guiding and thus advancing the state of the art in spaceport performance.


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