One Last Look At The Space Shuttle Endeavour's Cockpit Before It's Shut Down Forever

One Last Look At The Space Shuttle Endeavour's Cockpit Before It's Shut Down Forever

NASA hosted one final media tour at Cape Canaveral Friday April allowing reporters a final look at the Endeavour's cockpit before all systems are shut down, and it is turned over to California Science Center in Los Angeles. Read more: www.

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Soviet surface-to-air missile, Liquid propellant sustainer powerplant, designed by the bureau of celebrated rocket engine d...

thingsmagazine: Soviet surface-to-air missile, Liquid propellant sustainer powerplant, designed by the bureau of celebrated rocket engine designer Alexei M.

How do you get humans into space? This is how. The engine of the space shuttle…

How do you get humans into space? The engine of the space shuttle Discovery, taken at the California Science Center, Dec.

when I was a kid, we took a trip to watch the shuttle take off. It was one of the highlights of 8th grade!

A nearly full Moon sets as the space shuttle Discovery sits atop Launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, Wednesday, March Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

This Command Module was flown into space by Walter Schirra, Don Eisele and Walter Cunningham on Apollo 7, the first manned flight of the Apollo Program. On October 11, 1968, they became the only crew to fly from Launch complex 34 at Cape Canaveral, Florida, a launch complex which I have covered in a previous post (click here to view). The crew orbited the earth for 11 days, the length of a future Apollo Moon mission, testing the various Command Module systems.      On this blog, one of ...

This Command Module was flown into space by Walter Schirra, Don Eisele and Walter Cunningham on Apollo the first manned flight of the Apollo Program. On October they became the only crew to fly from Launch complex 34 at Cape Canaveral, Florid

Launching of Delta 4 - Cape Canaveral, Florida by Jim Davies

Gorgeous Delta IV Heavy launch photo

NASA begins to plan successor to the Hubble and James Webb deep space telescopes By Anthony Wood July 2014 ATLAST is currently planned to be launched atop a Delta-IV Heavy Launch Vehicle (Photo: Be.

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