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Shuttle Monument Blasts-off With $10,000 ATK Donation

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As the Shuttle era nears its end, ATK has decided it’s time to build a monument to the Shuttle era. As reported in Florida Today in its post ATK’s $10,000 Donation Launches Shuttle-Monument Work, ATK handed the U.S. Space Walk of Fame Foundation a check for $10,000 for the planned Shuttle Monument at Space View Park in Titusville, Florida.

Written by Jim Hillhouse

Jim Hillhouse earned a BA in History and a BSE and MSE in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, with his Master’s work focused on mission planning and orbital mechanics. Jim Hillhouse worked as an undergraduate and graduate assistant to Dr. Robert Bishop’s GNC group at the Center for Space Research, a programmer at JPL’s Navigation Section, and as the McCain 2008 campaign’s Space Industry Coordinator on the Space Coast during the 2008 Presidential Campaign.

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