Space Shuttle Program
It’s the end of an era for NASA. Just before 6 a.m. Atlantis landed its final landing at the Kennedy Space Center bringing to an end the 30 year shuttle program.
Emotions are running high as the four astronauts aboard Atlantis prepare for Thursday’s homecoming, an act that will end NASA’s 30 year space shuttle program.
The space shuttle Atlantis is homeward bound on the last mission of the 30 year old space shuttle program.
Following a poignant farewell ceremony between crews of the International Space Station and the shuttle Atlantis, the hatches closed for the final time Monday.
When campers arrived at the Miami Planetarium summer camp on Friday, most of them had no idea that they were about to witness history.
With just a few days left in the U.S. space shuttle program, almost 60 percent of Americans said it’s essential that the U.S. continue to be a world leader in space exploration, according to a new Pew Research Center poll.