Technicians like Chuck Jones are working hard to ensure the Space Shuttle's Solid Rocket Boosters are ready for Return to Flight.› View This Video
Teams at the Kennedy Space Center staged a disaster drill to simulate a launch-day emergency.› View This Video
Aerospace technician Lisa Campbell spends most of her days installing a new sensor system inside Space Shuttle Discovery's left wing.
NEEMO Aquanauts use undersea expeditions to prepare for missions into space.
A former Navy officer is an important part of NASA's effort to return to flight
Steve Walker is preparing to send the Shuttle into an unprecedented nose-over-tail rendezvous maneuver.
Cathy Koerner is one of three flight directors working the next Shuttle mission, STS-114.
Flight Director Paul Hill is preparing his Mission Control team for Space Shuttle return to flight.
Four NASA crewmembers go underwater to prepare for space.
Can you imagine working with a family member on the Shuttle? For one mother and daughter, it's a reality.
Rescue teams were put to the test during a mock Shuttle disaster.› View This Video
Astronauts serve as Shuttle crew's eyes and ears
Efforts to return the Space Shuttle to flight are under way at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and at other NASA centers.› View This Video