> After Discovery’s Launch, What’s Left For the Shuttle?
After Discovery’s Launch, What’s Left For the Shuttle?
coondoggie writes “NASA space shuttle Discovery rocketed into orbit this morning and, despite some communications problems, is slated to dock with the International Space Station in the wee hours of Wednesday, April 7. After this mission NASA has only three shuttles scheduled to launch, though speculation persists that the program may be extended. NetworkWorld has a roundup of what the last Shuttle missions consist of and what happens next.”
Source: After Discovery’s Launch, What’s Left For the Shuttle?
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