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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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"

Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated upon reentry 20 years ago today, killing all seven astronauts on board.

The audacious rescue plan that might have saved space shuttle Columbia

20 years after Columbia shuttle tragedy, NASA pledges 'acute awareness' of astronaut safety

NASA's Annual Day of Remembrance today, Jan. 26, honors the astronauts who died during the Apollo 1 fire and the Challenger and Columbia space shuttle disasters.

NASA 'Day of Remembrance' marks 20 years since space shuttle Columbia tragedy

Saturn V, space shuttle Pathfinder up for 'adoption' to aid in artifact preservation

You can still save $20 on this Lego Star Wars The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle for Cyber Monday

How the search for a downed plane led to a fallen space shuttle and vice versa

Divers Accidentally Discover Challenger Space Shuttle Debris From 1986 Explosion

NASA Confirms Discovery of Space Shuttle Challenger Artifact

Filmmakers Find Section of Destroyed Space Shuttle Challenger on Ocean Floor

Divers discover Challenger space shuttle debris

Divers Have Found a Piece of the Space Shuttle Challenger Off the Coast of Florida

Section of destroyed shuttle Challenger found on ocean floor