Here’s why new study ranks Brevard as one of top housing markets for baby boomers

A new study ranks Brevard County as one of the best housing markets in the country for baby boomers. But the Space Coast ranks in the middle third for those who are in Generation X and in the bottom third for millennials.

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Astronaut Memorial Saturday being held at Sand Point Park on Jan. 29th

The annual Astronaut Memorial Ceremony for the 17 crew members of Apollo 1, Challenger and Columbia who perished in America’s space program will be conducted Saturday, Jan. 29, 11 am at Sand Point Park in Titusville, Florida.

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Plantation Ruins: 250-year-old History Preserved at Kennedy Space Center

The history of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center comprises more than six decades of human spaceflight and bringing humanity to new heights. The ground the spaceport occupies, however, tells a longer, more complicated story of a forgotten enslaved community that made an indelible mark on the center’s landscape.

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Atlas V 511 Rocket Assembled at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station

The USSF-8 mission will use United Launch Alliance’s (ULA’s) Atlas V 511 rocket to deliver the Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program (GSSAP) spacecraft into orbits approximately 22,300 miles above Earth. Launch is targeted for Jan. 21.

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Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival Cancelled

Citing an explosion of COVID-19 on the Space Coast and a warm winter without many migratory birds, the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival — the premier ecotourism event in Central Florida — has been cancelled for the first time in its quarter-century existence.

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