1. 100th Monkey

    NASA's admits to unidentified objects near space shuttle are real.

    Fox News interviews Wayne Hall the Space Shuttle Program Manager that acknowledge that NASA has frequently seen unidentified objects nearby the space shuttle and claims they did not "pose us any hazard" Intriguing how regular the tones of voices utilized in this report, like this is not...
  2. 100th Monkey

    Steven Greer - What Really Happened to the Space Shuttle

    Quite a few fascinating details.
  3. New UFO Hunter

    Unknown Object recorded during Space Shuttle

    March 09, 2011 NASA’s Space Shuttle Program landing on-time at Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 11:57 a.m. EST, March 9, 2011 after 202 orbits around Earth and a journey of 5,304,140 miles…. Source and author: ambroosk (youtube)

    NASA pulls injured shuttle astronaut off flight

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – An astronaut who crashed his bicycle over the weekend won't be taking part in space shuttle Discovery's final voyage next month. Astronaut Timothy Kopra suffered unspecified injuries in the accident Saturday, just 1 1/2 months before Discovery's planned liftoff. He is...

    NASA Delays Launch of Shuttle Discovery Again for More Repairs

    NASA has delayed the launch of space shuttle Discovery's final flight yet again in order to allow more time repair the spacecraft's beleaguered fuel tank, the space agency announced late Thursday (Jan. 6). The decision came after a meeting of top space shuttle program managers earlier in the...

    Shuttle undocks after 11 days at space station

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Space shuttle Endeavour has undocked from the international space station. The shuttle left the orbiting complex Tuesday afternoon, ending 11 days of linked flight. The shuttle's departure broke up what had been the biggest orbiting crowd ever — 13 people altogether in...
  7. R

    Space Shuttle Discovery launched Monday, March 16, 2009

    Space Shuttle Discovery launched Monday, March 16, 2009 Cape Canaveral (ANP) - Space Shuttle Discovery is Sunday (local time) launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida for a mission of thirteen days. The crew of the Space Shuttle - six Americans and one Japanese - bring the latest solar panels...