August 20, 2019

The U.S. Space Shuttle Program; A Personal Retrospective.

As we approach what are the last flights of the United States Space Shuttle Program this year, many a media outlet will be revving up tributes, retrospectives and docu-dramas expounding on all that was the shuttle era. Rather than rehash what the shuttle has done, I thought it would be interesting to look back at the role the shuttle has played in my life.

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17.02.11: A Busy Season at ISS Central.

As construction work at NASA’s International Space Station winds up, some real science projects are starting to bear fruit. Yesterday, cosmonauts Dmitry Kondratyev & Oleg Skripochka completed a under 5 hour spacewalk to deploy two key instruments: Radiometria and Molniya-Gamma.

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