Special Report: Final Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour
NASA's space shuttle Endeavour, commanded by Mark Kelly, ends its decades-long history with the STS-134 mission to the International Space Station.
On April 12, 2011, NASA will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first space shuttle flight. Here's a look at some of the most striking images of NASA's iconic orbiters.
The soonest NASA can launch shuttle Endeavour's final space mission is May 8.
NASA is weighing when to try again to launch space shuttle Endeavour on its last mission.
The last launch of shuttle Endeavour is delayed to no earlier than Sunday due to a power system malfunction.
The Obamas visited the shuttle Atlantis as it is being primed for one last flight in June.
There are many factors that dictate the optimal launch window, including orbital mechanics, lighting, wind and crew sleep cycles.
The bulk of the price tag associated with a scrubbed launch attempt come from the cost of the propellant.
The Progress 42 cargo ship delivered nearly 3 tons of cargo to the International Space Station.
NASA has a long list of VIP guests for Endeavour's afternoon launch, and even Hollywood found a way to nab seats for the launch.
A Russian robot cargo ship will dock at the space station today, just hours before the launch of shuttle Endeavour.
Endeavour will carry six astronauts and an expensive astrophysics experiment to the International Space Station
Lightning and stormy weather help create unforgettable images of shuttle Endeavour.
Skywatchers in western and central Europe could catch a glimpse of Endeavour and its fuel tank flying across the twilight sky.
The space shuttle Endeavour may be the baby of NASA's orbiter fleet, but it has an impressive legacy.
Space Shuttle Endeavour and its orange external tank are seen over Europe about 20 minutes after launch in the evening twilight on July 15, 2009; similar to what may happen on the last launch of Endeavour.
These super-tiny satellites could transform future space exploration and the cost of launching satellites.
A crowd of thousands will sendoff the space shuttle Endeavour when the orbiter launches Friday.
Here are a few interesting facts about NASA's space shuttle Endeavour, as the orbiter prepares to blast into space for the final time.