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NASA's final space shuttle mission is set for liftoff on July 8 at 11:26 a.m. EDT. The Atlantis launch is expected to attract between 750,000 and 1 million people to the Cape Canaveral area in Florida.
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NASA has reported the discovery of a small bag of cocaine at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. An official investigation has been launched by the Inspector General's office to determine who brought the drugs onto the government owned facility.
The space shuttle Discovery is home. Discovery touched down at 14-June 11:15 a.m. EDT at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida, having successfully completed its 14-day visit to the International Space Station (ISS).
The space shuttle Discovery launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 5:02 p.m. EDT Saturday, May 31. It will deliver the second component of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAEA) Kibo laboratory.
The crew of the space shuttle Endeavour have boarded the International Space Station (ISS). The STS-123 mission will visit the ISS for 12 days. It will be the longest visit of a shuttle to the ISS so far.
Astronauts have attached the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Columbus laboratory to the International Space Stations (ISS). The Space Shuttle Atlantis ferried Columbus to the ISS along with two ESA astronauts yesterday.
When the latest Mars lander launches this weekend for Mars it will carry with it a library for the planet with works from Voltaire to Carl Sagan. The "Visions of Mars" disc will be a gift for future travellers and settlers to the red planet.
It seems that it must have been "Let your kid make the sign at work" day at Nasa. The sign at launch pad 39A for space shuttle Endeavour was misspelled. They had to be notified by someone who spotted it.
NASA — The U.S. space agency NASA is taking the unusual step of preparing to return a space shuttle to its hangar from the launch pad because of an Atlantic tropical storm. The move would delay again a long-postponed flight to expand the International .
NASA managers, wary of the approaching tropical storm, Ernesto, has postponed its decision on whether to keep the space shuttle Atlantis at the launch pad or indoors or roll it back to the assembly facility. Decision should be made Monday.
MOSCOW (voa) - Russian investigators say a technical malfunction, not crew error, was to blame for the recent off-course landing of a Russian Soyuz spacecraft returning to Earth from the International Space Station.
Three weeks after the Soyuz caps...
WASHINGTON (voa) - The investigation into what caused the break-up of the U.S. space shuttle Columbia supports the theory that a left wing panel broke off during its mission, possibly playing a role in its demise. But corrosion along the wing's front e...
The families of the Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-107) crew have requested NASA to release the following letter to the media and public.
"The families of the Space Shuttle Columbia crew are deeply grateful for the generous outpouring of support and af...