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The space shuttles’ retirement follows almost 30 years of service and will after September leave the US without any major way of launching astronauts into space (NASA has plans to fly astronauts onboard Russian Soyuz spacecraft after 2011). NASA today told reporters that it could ramp the program back up if it were instructed to do so. NASA program manager John Shannon said it costs $200 million a month to keep the shuttle fleet flying. Shannon noted to that NASA has the external fuel tank and twin solid rocket boosters for at least one more shuttle mission beyond the four remaining flights, should it be ...
It's been over an hour, and I still can't shake the sensation--the heart-pounding, head-thumping thrill--of witnessing a space-shuttle launch. Space Shuttle Atlantis successfully launched, for the last time, from pad 39A at 2:20 PM EDT amid a massive plume of white smoke and orange flames. It was a picture-perfect launch. I overheard one NASA Administration official say during the post-launch news conference, "Atlantis is telling us, 'Please use me again.'" I agree. You can view more of my photos from the launch and NASA Tweetup event at ... Read More
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