After 30 years and millions of miles traveled, the 135th and final mission of NASA's space shuttle program blasted off Friday. Ray Suarez discusses the post-shuttle era of space exploration and NASA's future purpose with former astronaut Mae Jemison, former…
Despite troublesome weather, space shuttle Atlantis blasted into orbit for the final time Friday with a four-person crew and a payload of food for the International Space Station. Judy Woodruff and science correspondent Miles O'Brien discuss this final mission, the…
The space shuttle Atlantis lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center for the final mission of the 30-year-old program Friday morning.
Hari talks to Miles O'Brien about the space shuttle program, on the eve of its retirement.
Space shuttle Atlantis will haul supplies and a robotic experiment to the International Space Station for its final flight.
In other news Wednesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for a global response to the sinking of a South Korean warship, blamed on North Korea, and the space shuttle Atlantis has returned to earth following its final space mission.
In other news, the U.N. nuclear agency reported that Iran plans to open a uranium enrichment plant by 2011, and the head of French forces in Afghanistan narrowly escaped a rocket attack in Kabul.
The space shuttle Atlantis lifted off Monday on the fifth and final mission to repair and upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope. The crew will add a new camera and make other changes. Spencer Michels reports.
The space shuttle Atlantis moved away from the International Space Station Tuesday after a nearly 10-day stay during which astronauts installed a truss and pair of solar arrays, and experienced a temporary computer meltdown.
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