Shuttle News: May 2007 Archives

NASA: Small Plane Won't Disrupt Launch, AP

"A pilot in a single-engine plane entered restricted air space over the Kennedy Space Center and was escorted down Tuesday, officials said. The incident did not disrupt the planned launch of space shuttle Atlantis next month. The plane "was within sight of the launch pad," said NASA spokesman George Diller."

Alligator Captured Inside NASA KSC Building (photos)

Editor's note: From someone@nasa.gov: Hi Keith, I'd suggest that you call NASA public affairs to confirm this, but somewhere between KSC and JSC, the location of these photos apparently got promoted. I'm told that they were taken on May 14, at a receiving warehouse in the KSC industrial area, several miles south of the VAB. Gator encounters are a common occurrence here, given that we're situated in the middle of a wildlife refuge. Still, it's rare for them to venture inside.


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