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  • NASA'S Space Shuttle Endeavour Set For Final Trip To Launch Pad

    03.01.11 - Journalists are invited to cover space shuttle Endeavour's move from the Vehicle Assembly Building, or VAB, to Launch Pad 39A on Wednesday, March 9, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

  • STS-133 MCC Status Report #10

    03.01.11 - By the end of the day, the International Space Station will have an extra 2,472 cubic feet of storage space, following the installation of the Leonardo Permanent Multipurpose Module.

  • STS-133 MCC Status Report #11

    03.01.11 - The International Space Station has a new room, filled with equipment, supplies and a new device that could be a precursor of spacewalking robots.

  • First NASA Astronaut To "Check In" From Space Hosts DC Tweetup

    02.28.11 - NASA invites its Twitter followers to a special Tweetup with astronaut Doug Wheelock at 3 p.m. EST on Wednesday, March 16.

  • STS-133 MCC Status Report #09

    02.28.11 - Discovery spacewalkers wrapped up a six-hour, 34-minute spacewalk Monday, moving a failed 800-pound ammonia pump module, installing an extension cable and extending the rail track along the station's main truss.

  • STS-133 MCC Status Report #08

    02.28.11 - The first planned spacewalk of mission STS-133 is at the heart of today’s busy activities in space. The 12 crew members now aboard the space station began their day with a wake-up call at 5:23 a.m. CST.

  • Media Invited To View Space Station Cargo For Next Shuttle Mission

    02.28.11 - NASA will host a media event at 1 p.m. EST on Thursday, March 10, at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida to discuss the cargo of the next space shuttle flight.

  • STS-133 MCC Status Report #06

    02.27.11 - With more than 2,000 pounds of supplies and hardware to deliver to the International Space Station, space shuttle Discovery’s crew has a busy day of transfer work ahead of them.

  • STS-133 MCC Status Report #07

    02.27.11 - Moving equipment and supplies between Discovery and the International Space Station, robotics activities and preparation for Monday's 6.5-hour spacewalk kept shuttle astronauts busy much of Sunday.

  • STS-133 MCC Status Report #04

    02.26.11 - Space shuttle Discovery has been steadily catching up to the International Space Station overnight and will be making its final docking with the orbiting laboratory at 1:16 p.m.