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A brief description of how Space Shuttles work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. An interesting site for all interested in space missions.
This document includes comprehensive information and images of previous Shuttle missions, as well as details of future missions, the history of the Space Shuttle and astronaut biographies.
Explorable visualisation of the missions the space shuttle carried out over their 30 year service.
Information about the Space Shuttle, Mars Global Surveyor. Movie clips of shuttle missions and basic information about the planets.
Explore views of the NASA Space Shuttle Discovery, including the cockpit, toilet, mid-deck and belly.
Interested in space? Current news on Space Shuttle missions, info on space technology, history, and space related activities for children.
Why does launching from the equator help with space launches and would launching from a mountain help?
Streetline collects live data from street-based sensors to tell users where empty parking spaces can be found via a smartphone app. An example of the internet of things
Basic information on this mission to map our planet's surface using radar imaging.
The History of Space Science and Astronomy includes a huge amount of information on: The Millennium - A Space and Astronomy Timeline; Man-in-Space Firsts ; Space Factoids
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