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OV-101 Enterprise at Vandenberg AFB, California, 1985. The multi-billion dollar facility to launch the Shuttle into polar orbits was mothballed.

Enterprise at Vandenberg AFB, California, The multi-billion dollar facility to launch the Shuttle into polar orbits was mothballed. Turns out we didn't need those big delta wings after all.

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First flown in Endeavour, the youngest space shuttle orbiter, is being prepared for its and final trip to low Earth orbit. Seen here from an exciting perspective 400 feet above the floor of Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building

Earth and its Moon are nicely framed in this image taken from the aft windows of the Space Shuttle.

Earth and its moon are nicely framed in this image taken from the aft windows of the space shuttle Discovery in Discovery - on mission - was flying over the Atlantic Ocean at the time

History of the Space Shuttle Discovery  #SpaceShuttle #Discovery

A Brief History of the Space Shuttle Discovery: In honor of its final flight and dedication at the Smithsonian

The Space Shuttle’s Military Launch Complex In California That Never Was

The Space Shuttle’s Military Launch Complex In California That Never Was

Nasa History & Science

A celebration of the history of the manned space program, space exploration, and science. ***Disclaimer***This page is not associated with NASA. I'm just a fan of the space program.

Approaching shuttle

" A view photographed from the International Space Station in 2007 shows the Space Shuttle Atlantis backdropped over terrain as the two spacecraft were nearing their much-anticipated link-up in Earth orbit.

STS-135: Space shuttle goes vertical for last time

Space shuttle goes vertical for last time. The crane operator had to take the Shuttle up and over the transom, and fit it against the external tank without damaging it.

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