06.01.11 - Endeavour made its last landing early this morning at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, concluding a successful mission to the International Space Station and a sterling 25-mission history.
05.30.11 - CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Space shuttle Endeavour is scheduled to return to Earth for the final time on Wednesday, June 1, completing a 16-day mission to outfit the International Space Station. If Endeavour lands Wednesday, it will have spent 299 days in space and traveled more than 122.8 million miles during its 25 flights.
05.30.11 - Endeavour undocked from the International Space Station at 10:55 p.m. CDT Sunday, ending a stay of 11 days, 17 hours and 41 minutes at the orbiting laboratory.
05.29.11 - Space shuttle Endeavour's final undocking from the International Space Station is the focus of attention today for the crew members on both vehicles after more than 11 days of joint docked operations.
05.27.11 - NASA astronaut Cady Coleman, back on Earth after working last week in orbit with the space shuttle Endeavour and International Space Station crews, will be available for live satellite interviews from 6 - 8 a.m. CDT on Tuesday, May 31.
05.25.11 - The International Space Station’s Canadarm2 is closer to having a new base of operation, giving it access to much of the orbiting laboratory’s Russian segment.
05.24.11 - Another day of spacewalk activity is on tap for the combined space shuttle and International Space Station crews today.
05.24.11 - Preparations for the mission’s third spacewalk, station maintenance and repairs kept Endeavour crew members busy much of Tuesday.
05.23.11 - Weather permitting, San Francisco Bay Area residents will have two good opportunities to see the International Space Station and space shuttle Endeavour during its final flight as they pass overhead May 27 and May 29.
05.23.11 - Endeavour astronauts said goodbye to half of their International Space Station colleagues Monday afternoon as the Expedition 27 crew members prepared to return to Earth.
05.23.11 - The combined Endeavour and International Space Station crew is now down to nine following the first Soyuz departure in history while a space shuttle was docked to the station.
05.22.11 - It turned into a long day for the Endeavour spacewalkers outside the International Space Station as they worked to complete all of the assigned maintenance tasks.
05.21.11 - Mission managers cleared Endeavour’s thermal protection system for re-entry after analysis of data and images from an early-morning focused robotic inspection of the tiles.
05.20.11 - The combined crew of the International Space Station and space shuttle Endeavour will work together to perform robotics and prepare for the mission’s second spacewalk.
05.20.11 - Endeavour astronauts completed a 6-hour, 19-minute spacewalk at the International Space Station Friday, retrieving materials experiments and installing another, and installing an antenna.
05.19.11 - Commander Mark Kelly's Statement About Future Of Space Program
05.19.11 - An instrument that seeks to unite astronomy and high-energy physics to give us a better understanding of our universe was installed on the International Space Station by space shuttle Endeavour astronauts Thursday.
05.18.11 - Endeavour docked with the International Space Station at 5:14 a.m. CDT Wednesday, bringing an advanced scientific instrument that could answer basic questions about our universe, perhaps shedding light on dark matter and antimatter.
05.18.11 - On tap today is the top scientific priority of the STS-134 mission, installing Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer-2 (AMS-2) on the International Space Station’s truss, where it can sift through cosmic particles, seeking the answers to fundamental questions of physics.
05.17.11 - Endeavour’s astronauts performed an inspection of the orbiter’s thermal protection system.