High School Educators Will Work With Agency's Technical
An innovative summer internship program will give 42 U.S. middle
and high school teachers a unique opportunity to gain hands-on
experience with NASA's latest aerospace engineering technologies
while working closely with agency technical mentors.
We Were There to Cheer on STS-1... And To Bid STS-135 A Fond
Is it really all about to be over and done with? It was just
over 30 years ago that saw a much younger, leaner and far less grey
Jim Campbell in attendance for the maiden flight of the Space
Shuttle. Now, three decades later, its hard to believe that our
final sight of the lift-off of Atlantis is the last we will ever
envision of such a magnificent rocket powered flying machine.
Civil Servants And Contractors Recognized For Their
Contributions To Flight Safety
NASA's Space Flight Awareness Program recognized 143 civil
servants and contractors for their outstanding support of human
spaceflight. The awardees work at NASA facilities across the
country and represent 15 states.