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Mission Control at Johnson Space Center Named for Chris Kraft

NASA is honoring Dr. Christopher Columbus Kraft, Jr., the first space mission flight director, by naming the Houston Mission Control Center in his honor for his service to the nation and its space programs.

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NASA Snubs Texas — Houston Will Not Get a Retired Space Shuttle

Houston will not get one of the Space Shuttle orbiters when the Shuttle program ends and the orbiters are retired later this year.  Many people blame partisan politics, and are calling it a deliberate slap in the face for Texas, which is solidly Republican.

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Astronaut Mark Kelly Awaits Docs’ OK for Wife to See Shuttle Launch

Astronaut Mark Kelly says he's still waiting for his wife's doctors to decide if she's well enough to travel to Florida to watch his launch in the Space Shuttle Endeavour three weeks from now.

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Politics Could Kill Houston’s Chances of Getting a Retired Space Shuttle

NASA is getting ready to retire its fleet of Space Shuttle orbiters, and cities all over the country are stepping up their political and public relations efforts to get one of them to put on public display.  Houston may or may not get one of them.  Politics could keep it from happening.

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Space Shuttle Discovery Flies Last Mission. What’s Next for Space Program?

The space shuttle Discovery has flown its last mission, but it's not going to disappear into a storage hangar anywhere.  NASA says Discovery will go to a very public place where it will be on display for years to come.

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Angelina Airport To Get Space Shuttle Columbia Memorial

A small memorial to those who died in and after the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster will go up soon at the Angelina County Airport.

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NASA Remembers Fallen Astronauts

They would be good with the fact that we didn't quit after their loss," Sieck said, referring to the 17 astronauts. "We continued on."
Retired shuttle launch director Bob Sieck said the U.S. astronauts who died in the Apollo 1 launch pad fire and in the Challenger and Columbia space shuttle accidents would appreciate that the nation didn't give up on exploring space after those tragedies.

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