Discovery's STS-133 Crew and T-38 Jets
Space shuttle Discovery's STS-133 crew arrived on the Shuttle Landing Facility runway at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida aboard four T-38 jets, on Sunday, Feb. 20. NASA plans to launch Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 24.
Mark Kelly in T-38 Training Jet
Astronaut Mark Kelly, STS-121 pilot, prepares for a flight in a NASA T-38 trainer jet at Ellington Field near Johnson Space Center.
T-38 Jets at the Shuttle Landing Facility
High above NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the STS-135 crew members get ready to land their T-38 jets at the Shuttle Landing Facility. The STS-135 astronauts arrived at Kennedy at about 2:30 p.m. EDT on July 4 for final preparations for space shuttle Atlantis' STS-135 mission to the International Space Station.
Astronaut Higginbotham and T-38 Jet
NASA astronaut Joan Higginbotham poses with a T-38 jet during a photo session.
Columbia Lands with T-38 Chase Plane Visible
The space shuttle Columbia riding "piggyback" on NASA 905, a 747 carrier aircraft, is only seconds away from landing on Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle landing facility, ending a 2,400-mile ferry flight from California on March 24, 1979. The T-38 chase plane at left is flown by Donald "Deke" Slayton, manager for the orbital fight test (OFT) program.
AVIATR Compared to T-38 Jet
A comparison of AVIATR’s size with that of a NASA T-38N (left).
STS-121 Astronaut Crew Arrive at NASA Spaceport in T-38 Jets
STS-121 commander Steven Lindsey (at center with microphone) talks to reporters after he and his crew landed their T-38 jet aircraft at the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on June 27, 2006.
Hubble Astronauts Set for Practice Countdown with T-38 Jets on Runway
The STS-125 crew members prepare to speak to the media at the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida after arriving in T-38 jets for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test, or TCDT, activities. From left are, mission specialist Megan McArthur, pilot Gregory C. Johnson, mission specialist Mike Massimino, commander Scott Altman, and mission specialists Andrew Feustel, John Grunsfeld and Michael Good.