Wawa: Titusville ‘on priority list’

It’s official. Wawa is setting its sights on Titusville. In a meeting with Commissioner Robin Fisher, who represents the northern end of the county, Wawa officials said they have been looking at sites in Titusville and that the city is on its “priority list.” Fisher met with Mary Frayman, a regional real estate manager for […]

Construction underway on Titus Landing mall

Although it did not start at the beginning of the year as planned, construction work is underway on the long-awaited Titus Landing Shopping Center in Titusville. It’s really happening now. Although it did not start at the beginning of the year as planned, construction work is underway on the long-awaited Titus Landing Shopping Center in […]

CareerSource Brevard Moves Titusville Center To Meet Evolving Needs of Community

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – CareerSource Brevard (CSB), the area authority on workforce development, will be moving its Titusville career center on July 6 to COlaunch located at 2323 S. Washington Avenue in Titusville. Center hours will be 9 a.m.to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday, by appointment only. The move embraces CSB’s mission to support North […]

OneWeb to bring 250 jobs to Florida’s Space Coast facility costing $85M

Satellite company OneWeb will add momentum to a resurgent Florida space industry, moving its operations to an $85 million facility on the Space Coast near Kennedy Space Center, it announced today. OneWeb founder Greg Wyler and OneWeb Satellites CEO Brian Holz joined Gov. Rick Scott and other space-industry leaders at the future site of the […]

OneWeb Satellites Selects Florida’s Space Coast for Manufacturing Operations

Small satellites will support affordable internet connections across the world. Brevard County, Fla. (April 19, 2016) – The Economic Development Commission (EDC) of Florida’s Space Coast is pleased to announce that OneWeb Satellites, a company working to create satellite based communications network capable of delivering internet connectivity globally, will be locating a 100,000 square feet […]

Florida Space Update

Launch Support Upgrades at KSC: NASA trumpets milestone in potential Mars travel: System reviews NASA announced new strides in the agency’s efforts with key contractors to develop the ground systems at the Kennedy Space Center to support future Space Launch System exploration vehicle launches of the Orion space capsule with astronauts on mission of deep […]

Commercial Space Transportation

Crewed Missions to ISS in 2017: Human space flight from Florida next year ‘realistic,’ experts say Boeing and SpaceX, partners in NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, appear ready to resume human launches from Central Florida by the end of next year. Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner and SpaceX’s Dragon crewed vehicle will transport international astronaut crews to the […]

Orion and Space Launch System

Orion Supports Deep Space Exploration: Moon or Mars? Lockheed preps Orion for deep space adventure Orion, the new human spacecraft NASA is developing with Lockheed Martin, will be capable of starting astronauts on deep space missions, whether their destination is the moon or Mars. Under NASA’s Journey to Mars plan, astronauts would first journey to […]

International Space Station

ISS and Commercial Space: Commercial competition finding way onto ISS Aerospace Daily and Defense Report (4/11): Increasingly, commercial competition is making its way to the six-person International Space Station. Competitors Orbital ATK and SpaceX are providing access through their NASA resupply contracts. Made in Space, for instance, recently delivered the Additive Manufacturing Facility, a 3-D […]