May 19, 2016
Kelly Elementary: Astronaut twins honored with grade school renaming
A New Jersey grade school has launched its new name with the help of its namesakes — NASA's first identical twin astronauts. Mark and Scott Kelly, who attended Pleasantdale Elementary, returned to West Orange, New Jersey for the renaming of their alma mater.
May 16, 2016
Astronaut Hall of Fame inducts Brian Duffy and Scott Parazynski
The U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame enshrined its 15th class of space shuttle fliers, adding a mission commander and a spacewalker to the institution's ranks. Brian Duffy and Scott Parazynski were inducted in a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
May 11, 2016
Three million and counting: Space station crew takes milestone photo
To suggest that the astronauts on the space station have been "snap happy" would be an understatement of astronomical proportions. The orbiting outpost's crew recently took the three millionth photo since the first residents began capturing images 15 years ago.
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Columbus Airport stores large NASA space shuttle
A space shuttle is looking to make its final landing here in the Chattahoochee Valley! Residents of Muscogee and Harris counties may have spotted a NASA space shuttle on Monday around town as it was driven to the Columbus Airport for storage.
February 29, 2016
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Relics of the Space Age
Nearly three decades ago, Roland Miller, a photographer, received a phone call asking for help in disposing of photography chemicals from an old office building at Cape Canaveral in Florida. When he went there, he was enchanted by the hulking masses of abandoned launch pads. Mr. Miller persuaded NASA and the Air Force to let him take pictures.