03.09.11 - Discovery made its last landing this morning at Kennedy Space Center in Florida wrapping up a successful flight to the International Space Station and a 39-mission history covering 148.2 million miles during 365 days in space.
03.08.11 - NASA will preview the final space shuttle missions during media events on Wednesday, March 23, and Thursday, March 24, at the agency's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
03.08.11 - The STS-133 crew received another special wake up call on Tuesday, as they began what is scheduled to be space shuttle Discovery’s last full day in space.
03.08.11 - For the first time, NASA astronauts aboard an orbiting spacecraft were awakened by a live performance from Mission Control, as Todd Park Mohr and three other members of Big Head Todd and the Monsters performed "Blue Sky" live at 2:23 a.m. CST.
03.07.11 - Space shuttle Discovery’s crew started its last day at the International Space Station with a special wake up call.
03.07.11 - NASA's Associate Administrator for Space Operations Bill Gerstenmaier and other NASA officials are scheduled to speak April 6 and 7 at the International Space Station and Mars Conference.
03.07.11 - Space shuttle Discovery is scheduled to return to Earth for the final time on Wednesday, March 9, completing a 13-day mission to outfit the International Space Station.
03.07.11 - Discovery undocked from the International Space Station at 6 a.m. CST, ending a stay of eight days, 16 hours and 46 minutes.
03.06.11 - With all the work that they’ve accomplished over their past several days in space, the space shuttle Discovery crew members have just a few more tasks left to complete before they say goodbye to their International Space Station colleagues.
03.05.11 - The crews of space shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station will divide and conquer today, as the astronauts work on several different projects on orbit.
03.05.11 - First they brought the Permanent Multipurpose Module into orbit, and today they continued work to unpack and reconfigure it.
03.04.11 - Space shuttle Discovery’s crew will be getting in some extra work inside the new Leonardo module Friday in the first of two days that have been added to the STS-133 mission.
03.04.11 - NASA astronaut Garrett Reisman has left the agency to return to private industry. Reisman is a veteran of two spaceflight missions, including a long-duration mission on the International Space Station.
03.04.11 - NASA began testing a new multi-capability microscope this week on the International Space Station. It will help scientists study the effects of the space environment on physics and biology aboard the orbiting laboratory.
03.04.11 - Today was moving day for Discovery’s crew members. On the first of two days added to the shuttle's stay at the International Space Station they unloaded more from the Leonardo Permanent Multipurpose Module they brought into space.
03.07.11 - Three crew members launching in May to live and work aboard the International Space Station will hold a news conference at 1 p.m. CST on Monday, March 21, at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
03.03.11 - Discovery and the International Space Station crews will get a special call Thursday from the White House.
03.03.11 - President Barack Obama made a long-distance call to the dozen members of the Discovery and International Space Station crews a little after 4 p.m. CST.
03.03.11 - Weather permitting, San Francisco Bay Area residents will have a good opportunity to see space shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station pass overhead at approximately 7:25 p.m. PST on Tuesday, March 8.
03.02.11 - After a campout in the International Space Station’s Quest airlock, Mission Specialists Steve Bowen and Alvin Drew will suit up for the second spacewalk of the STS-133 mission. The spacewalk is scheduled to start at 9:18 a.m. CST.