'Good to Be Here': Remembering Discovery's Final Launch, 10 Years On

10 years ago today, “the ship which led the way time and time again” was launched into space for the final time. Her name: Discovery. […]

'Not Going Anywhere': Remembering Columbia's (Almost) Abort, 25 Years On

25yrs ago today, shuttle Columbia faced a possibly emergency, only seconds after liftoff. For STS-75 CDR Andy Allen, it was like a bad run in the simulator. […]

Firing Up the Shuttle: Remembering Columbia's First Roar, 40 Years On

40yrs ago today, with a lion-like roar, Columbia came alive in a major test before the first Space Shuttle mission. […]

SNC Receives FAA Approval to Land Dream Chaser on Former Shuttle Runway

@SierraNevCorp & @SpaceFlorida take one step closer to landing Dream Chaser @Space_Station cargo missions back home at @NASAKennedy. […]

Room With A View: Remembering STS-130 and the Cupola, OTD in 2010

As Tranquility & Cupola celebrate their 11th birthday today, we look back on the @Space_Station’s “Window on the World”. […]

America's Destiny: Remembering the Launch of the U.S. Lab, 20 Years On

Twenty years after its launch on shuttle Atlantis, the U.S. Destiny lab remains a critical command and control hub & nerve-center for the @Space_Station. […]

'Comm Check': Remembering Columbia's Final Flight Home, OTD in 2003

OTD in 2003, shuttle Columbia & her STS-107 crew were lost during their return to Earth. Today, AmericaSpace & the world remembers them. […]

'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. […]

Ready for Space Station: Remembering STS-72, 25 Years On

25yr ago today, Endeavour’s 6-man STS-72 crew, led by @Astro_Duffy, proved they had the tools & talent to build a Space Station. […]

Bad Days: Remembering Shuttle Columbia's Brush With Disaster, 35 Years On

35yrs ago this week, as storm-clouds of foreboding gathered ahead of the Challenger tragedy, a crew of Columbia escaped disaster not one, but twice. […]