An small sub acts as a space rover moving an astronaut in the waters off Key Largo, Florida. The program, part of NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) is meant to test equipment and man's reactions for a human rendezvous with an asteroid. (Miami Herald/MCT)
An small sub acts as a space rover moving an astronaut in the waters off Key Largo, Florida. The program, part of NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) is meant to test equipment and man's reactions for a human rendezvous with an asteroid. (Miami Herald/MCT) Miami Herald / MCT
An small sub acts as a space rover moving an astronaut in the waters off Key Largo, Florida. The program, part of NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) is meant to test equipment and man's reactions for a human rendezvous with an asteroid. (Miami Herald/MCT) Miami Herald / MCT

NASA, seeking place to train for asteroid visit, picks Key West

November 06, 2011 4:42 PM

More Videos

  • Trump denies account of call with soldier's widow

    President Donald Trump denied telling the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson the serviceman "must have known what he signed up for" — a claim made by Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson, who was present for the call.