NASA Space Shuttle STS 115 official mission photo of an "ExtraTerrestrial BioSynthetic Entity" ( EBSE ), believed spaceborn infant mobius waveform propulsion system, a NASA astronaut refers to as an "eel" that others call a "Space Serpent." Report: http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/01/27/nasa-ufo-alien-encounters/
One of two prints from artist Kevin Dart's Space Shuttle series celebrating the Challenger and Columbia. These two incredible shuttles and their crews completed 36 successful missions and spent over 300 days in space. Some highlights of their missions included carrying the first woman to space (Challenger) and deploying the Chandra X-Ray Observatory (Columbia). #spaceship #spaceshuttle #columbia #illustration #prints #KevinDart
Nasa's 30-year shuttle program ended last July with the voyage of Atlantis. Since then, workers have been getting them ready for display by draining hazardous fuel, disconnecting or removing some systems and replacing the main engines with replicas
Atlantis, which was being prepared for its STS-38 mission, is seen parked in front of the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida following its rollback from Launch Pad 39A for repairs to the orbiter's liquid hydrogen lines. Space shuttle Columbia (left), scheduled to launch on its STS-35 mission, is rolled past shuttle Atlantis on its way to Launch Pad 39A.
Space shuttle orbiter "Atlantis" glides back to Earth. She is heading for the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA-KSC and the conclusion of STS-129. STS-129 (ISS assembly flight ULF3 was a NASA Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS). Atlantis was launched on November 16, 2009 at 14:28 EST and landed at 09:44 EST on November 27, 2009 on runway 33 at the Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility.
Space Shuttle Atlantis (OV-103) being prepared for STS-117, which launched 8th June 2007. The mission, primarily to add new components to the International Space Station, was a significant milestone marking the 250th orbital human spaceflight. (Photo: NASA)