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The Space Shuttle Era

St. Petersburg Times

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The final flight of space shuttle Atlantis represents the end of NASA's shuttle program. In this special report, we compile shuttle program news, photos, facts and history. From the launch of Columbia in 1981, to the tragedy of Challenger in 1986, to the final flight of Atlantis in 2011, with videos, photo galleries, a shuttle trivia quiz and more. More…


Apollo 11 - Mission to the Moon

The New York Times

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Produced by: Jonathan Corum, Jon Huang, Soo-Jeong Kang, Andrew Kueneman, Thomas Lin, Jigar Mehta

On July 16, 1969, three astronauts embarked on a mission to reach the moon. Four days later, Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on an extraterrestrial body. John Noble Wilford, who covered the Apollo 11 mission for The New York Times, narrates a look back at the historic journey. More…


Earth Live : Virtual Earth

Discovery Online

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For the first time in human history, the Arctic could be free of ice this summer. View the "Arctic Melt" layer and hear what scientists have to say. More…


The NASA Missions : When We Left Earth

Discovery Online

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The web companion guide to the NASA missions television presentation. More…


Dreams from a Red Planet

personal

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Produced by: Kurt Lancaster

Has humanity attained the pinnacle of its potential? Or is it about to be reached? In an age of terrorism and a celebrity-centered media overload it may appear to many that humanity is in a downward spiral. But for others, we're on the cusp of a new age: where humanity is about to become a space-faring civilization. This web documentary is an exploration of humanity's need to go out beyond the realm of its one world in order to seek what it seems to have lost--its origins as a species of explorers and pioneers. More…


50 Years Since Sputnik

The New York Times

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Produced by: Matthew Bloch, Jonathan Corum, Frank O'Connell, Graham Roberts

Sputnik 1, the world's first artificial satellite, was launched on Oct. 4, 1957, aboard a Soviet R-7 rocket. Circling the Earth every 96 minutes at about 18,000 miles per hour, it touched off an intense space race with the United States. More…


Bringing the orbiter home

Florida Today

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Produced by: Dennis Lowe

The orbiter returns from space in a dramatic one-hour plunge through the atmosphere and glides to an unpowered landing at Kennedy Space Center. More…


The Crew of STS-121

Florida Today

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Produced by: Dennis Lowe

Meet the crew of STS-121, learn about their experience, see photo galleries and watch videos of them in action. More…


External tank foam an ever-present danger

Florida Today

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Produced by: Dennis Lowe

Foam insulation has come off the external tank on every shuttle flight since the first in 1981. NASA attempted, but failed, many times to prevent foam from coming off the tank. NASA concedes that it will never totally eliminate foam loss from the tank. More…


Gathering Cosmic Dust

Florida Today

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Produced by: Dennis Lowe

Interactive graphic on NASA's Stardust probe. Launched in 1999 and returning with comet samples. More…


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