Posts Tagged ‘Space Shuttle’

A Saturn V rocket awaits its launch from pad 39A on the Apollo 11 moon mission. (Photo by NASA)

For Sale or Rent: Used Launchpad, Well-Loved

NASA may be looking to unload Kennedy Space Center's launchpad 39A, starting point of every Apollo mission and many space shuttle journeys.
by Nancy Atkinson,


Space Shuttle Full Fuselage Trainer Opens To The Public In Seattle

Seattle's Museum of Flight welcomed the newest addition to its collection: NASA's Space Shuttle Full Fuselage Trainer.
by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren

The vertical stabilizer of American Airlines Flight 587 is lifted out of Jamaica Bay. (Photo by NTSB)

American Airlines Flight 587 Crash: November 12 in Aviation History

American Airlines Flight 587 crashes in New York, Saudi Arabian and Kazakh jets collide, Delta orders 60 Boeing 757s, and more...
by NYCAviation Staff


Space shuttle Endeavour is towed before dawn on September 14th from her storage in the Vehicle Assembly Building to the Space Shuttle Landing Facility to be hoisted on to the back of the SCA. (Photo by Suresh Atapattu)

Photos: Space Shuttle Endeavour Prepares for Journey to Los Angeles

Behind the scenes at Kennedy Space Center as Space Shuttle Endeavour and the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft are prepared for their final journey.
by Suresh Atapattu

Up close with Enterprise. (Photo by Matt Molnar)

Space Shuttle Enterprise Debuts at Intrepid Museum

Space Shuttle Enterprise has debuted at New York's Intrepid Museum on Thursday after a long, somewhat tumultuous journey from Washington DC.
by admin