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NASA cheerful as Discovery Space Shuttle mission a success
US based space agency NASA has said that they are back on track with their space program as they have just concluded a very successful Discovery Space Shuttle mission.
The Discovery landed back on earth successfully in Florida on Monday. This ended a very productive 13-day mission, which [...]
NASA cautious about a possible nighttime Shuttle launch
US space agency NASA has said that they would prefer to conduct one more Space Shuttle launch during the daytime before they can go ahead with a night lift-off.
NASA administrator Mike Griffin added that launches at nighttime would only resume once the engineers are satisfied with safety changes [...]
NASA might delay launch programs to control budget deficit
Sources at the US based Space Agency NASA has said that they are considering shutting down all the research programs related to the International Space Station for around 12 months to control the deficit in their allocated budget.
They are under funded as the government preferred to spend [...]
Lockheed Martin gets a $136 million contract from NASA
NASA has confirmed that they have awarded a $136.2 million contract to Littleton-based Lockheed Martin Commercial Launch Services.
This contract is for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission and this craft is scheduled for launch aboard an Atlas V 401 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station during [...]
NASA advances launch date for next Shuttle mission
US Space Agency NASA has announced that they are advancing the scheduled launch date of the next Space Shuttle mission.
They have now moved up the launch window for shuttle Atlantis by one day.
The mission managers have decided that they will have enough light to get good pictures [...]
NASA done with repairs on Space Shuttle
US Space Agency NASA has confirmed that they have completed a delicate launch pad repair job on the shuttle Atlantis.
Atlantis is due to be launched soon on a mission to the International Space Station. The NASA technicians removed two short bolts that held the main communications antenna in place [...]