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NASA Flight Directors Kwatsi Alibaruho (KWAT-see Ah-lee-buh-roo-hoe) of Maywood, Ill, and Chris Edelen of Martinsville, Va, are available for live satellite interviews from 6 to 7:50 am CDT on Wednesday, July 6.
For the first time, NASA astronauts aboard an orbiting spacecraft were awakened by a live performance from Mission Control, as Todd Park Mohr and three other members of Big Head Todd and the Monsters performed "Blue Sky" live at 2:23 am CST.
NASA will conduct a tanking test at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Friday, Dec 17, to evaluate repairs made to space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank.
Although all five vehicles that have comprised NASA's space shuttle fleet are unmatched in achievements, space shuttle Discovery is unique among the extraordinary.
The external fuel tank that will power the last planned space shuttle into orbit will be shipped Tuesday to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
NASA and Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company paid tribute to the workforce who built the external tanks for the space shuttle fleet on Thursday at NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans.
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- As Space Shuttle Atlantis was successfully launched today on its final planned mission to the International Space Station, United Space Alliance officials noted that the vehicle and the team that prepares and executes the missions are performing better than ever. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080407/LAM060LOGO) "It is a testament to the Shuttle team's professionalism and dedication," said Howard DeCastro, Space Shuttle Program...
The seven-member crew of Discovery docked to the International Space Station at 3:44 am EDT.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the Expedition 22 crew aboard the International Space Station is about to complete the generation of 100 million words worth of information.
The space shuttle Discovery could land Friday evening at its backup site in California due to increasingly inclement weather in Florida, NASA said. A landing at that Kennedy Space Center was scrubbed Thursday because of bad weather. If the weather in Florida fails to improve Friday, Discovery would land at Edwards Air Force Base and then be flown to Florida piggy-back on a jumbo jet at a cost of about $1.7 million, NASA officials said. Thursday, the shuttle's crew performed an evasive...
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