07.31.09 - Space shuttle Endeavour and its seven-member crew landed at 9:48 a.m. CDT Friday at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, capping off a 16-day mission to complete assembly of the International Space Station’s Japanese research laboratory.
07.30.09 - Leaving behind in orbit a new porch for the International Space Station, two pair of small research satellites, and a new space station resident, the crew of the space shuttle Endeavour is turning its attention toward home.
07.30.09 - Twin satellite deployments and a check of the systems that will control Endeavour’s return home to the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, are on tap today as the shuttle leads the International Space Station in orbit.
07.29.09 - Space shuttle Endeavour’s crew spent the day inspecting the spacecraft’s heat shield one last time and began early preparations for Friday’s return home to the Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
07.29.09 - Shuttle astronauts will inspect Endeavour’s heat shield one more time today as they begin to set their sights on a Friday landing.
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