Latest News for NASA's Final Shuttle Mission STS-135
See the latest updates on NASA's last shuttle mission in history, the STS-135 flight of Atlantis.
Check out a galaxy that glows green from within, a big splash at NASA and Stephen Colbert goes nuts for space.
The final Space Shuttle crew (STS-135) and their NASA entourage hit the streets of Manhattan on a whirlwind inspirational tour for the next generation of explorers. Recorded at the "What's Your Favorite Space" event - Eventi Hotel, New York City.
The STS-135 astronauts stopped by The Colbert Report last night to talk about their mission and the future of NASA.
The crew of space shuttle Atlantis mission STS-135 visited New York City for interviews and live appearances on August 16, 2011.
NASA will hang onto many pieces, from the shuttles' windows to the main engines near the tail.
This week we saw the space shuttle's last trip home to a sheik's name visible from orbit.
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Space shuttle Atlantis is slowly towed from the Shuttle Landing Facility to an orbiter processing facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the last time in this amazing space wallpaper.
The retirement of the space shuttle doesn't mean kids can't become astronauts anymore.
The end of the NASA's space shuttle era is also the end for thousands of workers who have spent decades working in the program.
Fifty percent of Americans think mothballing the space shuttle fleet will turn out to be bad for the United States.
Atlantis will be prepped for retirement at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida.
Atlantis' historic landing elicited a sense of pride and accomplishment, tinged with sadness, for those involved with the shuttle program.
NASA Administrator salutes men and women who flew on the space shuttle.
The shuttle Atlantis appeared in the predawn sky and glided to the ground for an emotional end.
The STS-135 crew landed safely at the Kennedy Space Center at 5:56am EDT on July 21, 2011. After thirty years of service, this marks the end of the storied career of the space shuttle program.
See photos from NASA's final space shuttle landing on July 21, 2011.
The space shuttle program is ending, changing the day-to-day lives of many NASA employees.