Launch Abort System Facility The Launch Abort System waiting to be installed atop the Orion multipurpose crew vehicle.
Orion Revealed NASA and Lockheed Martin employees pose in front of the recently-completed Orion EFT-1 crew spacecraft.
KSC Director Bob Cabana
Ready to Move The Orion spacecraft, atop a 'dummy' service module, is prepared to move to the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility for fueling.
Delta IV Heavy Looking at the business end of the Delta IV Heavy rocket, three Aerojet Rocketdyne RS-68 main engines.
Orion Stack Members of the press get their first view of the completed Orion stack.
Orion at the Vehicle Assembly Building Enroute to Space Launch Complex 37B, Orion stops for a photo opportunity in front of NASA's Vehicle Assembly Building.
Silhouette The Orion spacecraft arrives at Space Launch Complex 37B, and is seen in silhouette against the Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle within the mobile service tower.
Delta IV and Orion on the launchpad
Sunrise behind Space Launch Complex 37B T-90 minutes to launch on December 4 (later scrubbed), the sun is just beginning to rise behind the Delta IV launchpad.
Orion EFT-1 Launch
EFT-1 Remote Camera View
Liftoff of NASA's Orion Crew Vehicle Delta IV Heavy carrying Orion lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on December 5, 2014