Space Shuttle Enterprise is home at her new destination, New York City. Published April 27 2012
Poor weather in New York will force a second delay as Shuttle Enterprise slips to a Friday landing at JFK airport. Published April 24 2012
Space shuttle Enterprise, which was set to depart Washington for New York remains on the runway in D.C. until further notice. Published April 23 2012
This incredibly beautiful video by NASA Astronaut Ron Goran should be shared and our Earth viewed in amazement. - clink the link to view at the ReelNasa web site Published April 21 2012
The Space Shuttle Discovery is now property of the Smithsonian. Published April 19 2012
On Thursday, April 19th, Discovery will be officially welcomed into the Smithsonian's National Air & Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center. Published April 18 2012
Space Shuttle Discovery, flown atop a NASA 747 has landed at the Dulles International Airport marking the final time the orbiter will fly. Published April 16 2012
Space Shuttle Enterprise to bid farewell to Washington, D.C. and relocate to New York City. Published April 15 2012
Fifty-one years ago on April 12th, 1961, 27 year old Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to travel into space, and the first to orbit the earth.. Published April 12 2012
With just under two weeks until Space Shuttle Discovery is set to land for permanent display at the Smithsonian Institute's National Air & Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center. Published April 5 2012
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