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The last blast Dan Winters Photographs the Shuttle Launch for Texas Monthly

OV-101 Enterprise at Vandenberg AFB, California, 1985. The multi-billion dollar facility to launch the Shuttle into polar orbits was mothballed.

Enterprise at Vandenberg AFB, California, The multi-billion dollar facility to launch the Shuttle into polar orbits was mothballed. Turns out we didn't need those big delta wings after all.

November 5, 1995: Landing: Space Shuttle Columbia STS-73 at 6:45:21 am EST, KSC Runway 33.

Catalog Title: Space Shuttle Program Date: Additional Information: Space Shuttle Columbia Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

rocketman-inc:  space shuttle Atlantis

Space Shuttle Atlantis Up-Close I've worked on that gang plank, the final path of steel to the shuttle's Astronauts entry. Most memorable moments and I feel very blessed for the opportunity to do so.

If that is on the launchpad and the clouds said no to the last space shuttle launch so they delayed it. ( i was at the last launch was not delayed for that)

If that is on the launchpad and the clouds said no to the last space shuttle launch so they delayed it. ( i was at the last launch was not delayed for that)

Space exploration: The computers that power man's conquest of the ...

From Apollo-age tech to the IT powering the spacecraft of tomorrow

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