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Today Is Sad. This Is The Final Shuttle Mission. This Technology Has Been So Amazing.

February 24, 2011

“CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA will try next week to launch space shuttle Discovery on its final voyage following a four-month delay for fuel tank repairs. Liftoff is set for late Thursday afternoon. Senior managers voted unanimously Friday on the new launch date after discussing the fixes made since the shuttle’s grounding in early November. […]

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25 Years Ago Today.

January 28, 2011

25 years ago today I was working at The Martin Agency, the ad agency now famous for Geico and Freecreditreport.com. Art director Danny Boone had a TV in his office and suddenly yelled out “Oh my God.” We all crowded around and watched the disaster unfold. Who knew then that this program would come to […]

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Models Of The Shuttle

July 10, 2010

The 47,250 yen ($540 US) model includes removable panels exposing the crew cabin flight- and mid-decks, as well as the orbital maneuvering system tanks. Endeavour can separate from the twin solid rocket boosters and external tank, open its payload bay (included are a Spacelab pallet and Mulit-Purpose Logistics Module) and deploy its landing gear and […]

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Only Three Shuttle Missions Remaining. Then It’s Over.

May 13, 2010

“KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. — Space shuttle Atlantis and its six-man, all-veteran crew remained on track for launch at 2:20 p.m. EDT May 14 to begin the STS-132 mission to the International Space Station, currently expected to be the final flight for OV-104. “We’re ready to launch Atlantis and get this mission underway,” said Mike […]

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There Are 13 People In Space Right Now.

April 13, 2010

Shuttle Astronaut 7 of them are on ISS, 6 are on The Shuttle. How many people are in space right now? Related Posts:Awesome Photo Of The Shuttle Maintenance Bay. But Say Goodbye As The Shuttle Mission Is All But Over.Today Is Sad. This Is The Final Shuttle Mission. This Technology Has Been So Amazing.Only Three […]

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Within Months, US Will Lose Ability To Move Our Astronauts Into Space And Back.

March 7, 2010

It’s hard to believe. But in a few months, The United States will for the first time since 1969 willingly abdicate a huge lead we had in space exploration. I don’t want to overstate this because I don’t want to ignore the fleets of probes that are headed into the solar system that NASA has […]

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U.S. Marine Corps Col. George Zamka “Zamko” Set To Pilot STS-130 Mission

January 10, 2010

“Crews moved the space shuttle Endeavour from the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., to Launch Complex 39A on Jan. 6 in preparation for next month’s STS-130 mission to the International Space Station (ISS). The six-hour trip for the shuttle stack — orbiter, external tank and two solid-rocket boosters — started at 4:13 […]

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Shuttle Atlantis Makes Picture Perfect Landing.

November 27, 2009

For the trip back to Earth, the shuttle carried 2,100 pounds of station gear, including a urine distillation centrifuge that failed shortly before Atlantis took off. A replacement will be carried aloft on the next shuttle mission in February…”

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STS 128 Launches

August 30, 2009
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