The Space Shuttle is a retired, partially reusable low Earth orbital spacecraft system operated from 1981 to 2011 by the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as part of the Space Shuttle program.

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Shuttle, Family Inspire NASA’s Cryogenic Technology Manager

30 Years Ago: STS-60, the First Shuttle-Mir Mission

Within hours of Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, hundreds of debris from the shuttle were listed on eBay as prices soared

The Space Shuttle was designed in the hopes that spacefaring would become cheap, reliable and everyday. Instead, maintaining the fleet took months of arduous technical work and instead of flying once a week, the shuttle made on average fewer than five flights a year

Latent herpes virus reactivation has been demonstrated in astronauts during shuttle (10–16 days) and International Space Station of 180 days or more flights

Astronaut Story Musgrave's Apollo-flown medallions, shuttle toiletries up for auction

40 years ago today, on June 18, 1983, Astronaut Sally Ride became the first American woman to go into space, aboard the shuttle mission STS-7.

SpaceX Dragon breaks 2 space shuttle orbital records

George Low was a top engineer for the Apollo moon landing team and his son David became a three-time shuttle astronaut

NASA Had a Plan For Rescuing Space Shuttle Astronauts Using a Big Fabric Ball

This is How NASA Wanted to Rescue Space Shuttle Astronauts

Remember when: King Charles met NASA's space shuttle Enterprise in 1977 (video)

Shuttle simulators and astronaut artifacts featured in new Lone Star 'Space Gallery'

SpaceX and NASA have a plan to extend the life of Hubble by docking a crewed Dragon vehicle to boost its orbit. Hubble is ready. In 2009 the final Shuttle service mission left a docking mechanism, and the last person to work on that mission in orbit was Megan McArthur who also flew on SpaceX Crew 2.

45 Years Ago: NASA Names the First Four Space Shuttle Crews

45 Years Ago: Space Shuttle Enterprise Makes its First Cross-Country Trip

This former NASA astronaut steered a space shuttle to safety after overcoming gender discrimination

Retro 51 pen embodies NASA's first and fallen space shuttle Columbia

California Science Center reopens retired space shuttle Endeavour's payload bay

The technical advisor for Apple TV's "For All Mankind" was a Space Shuttle astronaut and helped develop the SpaceX "Crew Dragon"