Second Hot Fire Test NET 21 Feb, As Artemis-1 Booster Stacking Continues

As @NASA_SLS boosters continue to stack up at @NASAKennedy, teams at @NASAStennis target NET 21 Feb for second #GreenRun Core Stage Hot Fire Test. […]

'Go At Throttle Up': Remembering Challenger's Final Flight, OTD in 1986

OTD in 1986, shuttle Challenger & her STS-51L crew were lost shortly after liftoff. Today, @AmericaSpace & the world remembers their ultimate sacrifice. […]

The Year Ahead: 2021 Poses Risks, Challenges, Rewards (Part 2)

@Space_Station promises to be a busy place in 2021, as @Commercial_Crew hits its stride & @NASA_SLS & #Artemis prepares to return humans to the Moon. […]

Like Night Flying: Remembering STS-35, OTD in 1990

OTD in 1990 (after a summer of delays & with PLT Guy Gardner’s hair smoothly combed), #Columbia flew the long-delayed ASTRO-1 mission to study the Universe. […]

SLS Mobile Launcher Rolls to Launch Pad 39B for Testing

@NASAGroundSys moves one step closer in its “Path to the Pad”, rolling Mobile Launcher (ML) out to Pad 39B for @NASA_SLS preps. […]

SLS Core Stage Completes Sixth Green Run Test, Eyes Early Nov Test-Fire

@NASA_SLS has completed its 6th of 8 #GreenRun tests of the Artemis-1 core stage. Mark your calendars for Hot Fire Test in early Nov. […]

'Never So Much Time': Remembering STS-41 and Ulysses, 30 Years On

OTD in 1990, Space Shuttle Discovery launched @NASA & @ESA #Ulysses mission to explore the poles of the #Sun. After 30yrs, AmericaSpace looks back on this dramatic mission. […]

Gerald Carr, Record-Setting Skylab Commander, Dies Aged 88

@AmericaSpace extends its sincere condolences to the Carr family on the passing of record-breaking #Skylab astronaut Jerry Carr. […]

Voyage to Venus: Remembering NASA's Magellan Mission, 30 Years On

@NASA’s Magellan spacecraft arrived at #Venus 30yr ago today, to begin a campaign of mapping which revealed Earth’s Twisted Sister in unprecedented detail. […]

Passing Ships: Remembering the Atlantis-Columbia Photo-Op, 30 Years On

Today, 30yrs ago, in one of the shuttle program’s greatest photo-ops, Columbia and Atlantis passed each other on their respective treks out and back to the launch pad. But why? […]