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The Soyuz TMA2 approaches the International Space Station
Space Shuttle and Soyuz Overview
There are currently only two vehicles capable of taking humans into space: the Russian Soyuz TMA spacecraft and the U.S. Space Shuttle.
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Space shuttle
From Landing to Launch
Space shuttle processing at Kennedy Space Center starts the moment the orbiter lands.
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Eating In Space
Eating in Space
Here's a look at how space food systems and menu items have evolved, what and how astronauts in space eat now, and what future voyagers may eat.
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Moss from space shuttle Columbia (STS-87) shows spiral growth patterns that emerged in low-gravity
Mossy Space Spirals
Samples of fire moss in space do something odd: they spiral, a clue to the inner workings of plant cells.
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Canadian Arm
The Canadian Crane
Construction sites have something in common with the International Space Station.
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Dr. Morrison performs test
STS-107 Experiments Survive
Researchers thrilled that several experiments survived Columbia accident.
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Expedition 7 Crew Members at work
Expedition 7 Mission
Two-man crew will focus on ISS operation and maintenance plus research.
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Remembering the Columbia
An interactive photo gallery featuring original artwork from children around the world.
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Space Shuttle Endeavour
Shuttle Fun Facts
Learn interesting tid-bits about the Space Shuttle.
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Inside the Mission Control Center
Mission Control Center
Since 1965, the Mission Control Center (MCC) has been the nerve center for America's manned space program.
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Shuttle launch
Shuttle and Station
KSC Multimedia Gallery features photos and video
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Satellites For Sale
Satellites For Sale
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Dark Sky, Bright Sun
Dark Sky, Bright Sun
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Fish-Eye View of Atlantis
Fish-Eye View of Atlantis
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Columbia Reconstruction Project team
Columbia Reconstruction Project Team
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Houston Astros pay tribute to the STS-107 crew and families
Houston Astros pay tribute to the STS-107 crew and families prior to their opening game.
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STS-107 Crew Cabin Video
Video footage taken by the crew during re-entry on Feb. 1. The video lasts approximately 13 minutes and is introduced by Astronaut Scott Altman.
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Ms. Patti LaBelle singing at the Washington National Cathedral.
Ms. Patti LaBelle singing at the Washington National Cathedral.
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Members of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board examine pieces of Columbia debris in the RLV Hangar.
Members of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board examine pieces of Columbia debris in the RLV Hangar.
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The inside of the RLV Hangar at KSC.
The inside of the RLV Hangar at KSC.
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