How do I get media credentials?
NASA Headquarters: Media Access Policy
Kennedy Space Center: › Apply Online
Johnson Space Center: Present KSC launch/landing credentials or call (281) 483-5111.
Dryden Flight Research Center: In the event of a space shuttle landing at Dryden, limited facilities will be available only to accredited media. For more information, call (661) 276-3449.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Call the Media Relations Office at (818) 354-0850.
Note: Foreign nationals, including permanent resident aliens, must provide additional information and face earlier deadlines for credentialing. For the latest credentialing deadlines for upcoming missions, see the Media Alerts page or the Space Shuttle News page.
How to apply for news media work space and telephones to cover shuttle launches at the Kennedy Space Center:
Work space in the NASA News Center and News Center Annex buildings at KSC's Launch Complex 39 Press Site is limited and provided on a first-come basis. Each news organization is limited to one space. To obtain an assigned seat, contact Patricia Christian at email@example.com or 321-867-2468. Temporary telephone, fax, ISDN and network lines can be obtained through BellSouth by calling 800-213-4988.
How to obtain wireless Internet access at the Kennedy Space Center press site:
Free high-speed wireless Internet access is provided at the Launch Complex 39 Press Site by Nortel Government Solutions and Pronto Networks. Users should have an 802.11b or 802.11g WiFi card properly installed and turned on. After launching the computer's Internet browser, users should enter their name and email address, then hit "enter" to log on. Customer support is available by calling 888-277-6686.
How to apply for news media work space and telephones to cover shuttle missions at the Johnson Space Center:
Work space in Room 122 of JSC's Building 2S is limited and provided on a first-come basis. To obtain an assigned work space, contact James Hartsfield at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-483-5111. After receiving an assigned desk number in Room 122, news organizations can obtain temporary telephone service through SBC by calling Earnestine Bell at 806-321-7373 with their work space and company billing information.
How to obtain wireless Internet access in the Johnson Space Center's news media work area:
The Johnson Space Center does not currently have a wireless Internet service that can be accessed by news media representatives.