NASA STS-129 Mission Highlights
Astronaut Nicole Stott returned to Earth aboard shuttle Atlantis on Nov. 27 after 91 days in space. She had spent 87 days aboard the International Space Station and 80 days as an Expedition 20/21 flight engineer. She is the last astronaut who will be transported to or from the space station by a space shuttle. Atlantis landed at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Fla., to end its STS-129 mission to the station.
For more info: www.nasa.gov/shuttle
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I've heard the explanation many times, yet it'd still be great to see a rocket shoot straight up and out of sight on a clear day. Other than that this rockets seem to just curve out of sight. No videos online of actual penetration of the deep blue sky. Just saying.
there's a black guy in space!
8 years to late.. But just in time to think they're like a sailor but instead of sea they're orbiting earth
GOT TO MEET MISSION SPECIALIST MIKE FORMEN AT KENNEDY SPACE CENTER IN 2018