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June 4, 1974: Construction of OV-101, the first Space Shuttle, begins. It later will be named Enterprise.

June 4, 1974: Construction of OV-101, the first Space Shuttle, begins. It later will be named Enterprise.

July 8, 2011. Space shuttle Atlantis launches from pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. The launch of Atlantis, STS-135, is the final flight of the shuttle program, a 12-day mission to the International Space Station. Photo & caption credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

July 8, 2011. Space shuttle Atlantis launches from pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. The launch of Atlantis, STS-135, is the final flight of the shuttle program, a 12-day mission to the International Space Station. Photo & caption credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

NYC Granted Space Shuttle Historically Incapable of Space Flight

NYC Granted Space Shuttle Historically Incapable of Space Flight

Spacewalk pictures from the extended STS-118 mission in 2007. Sadly, the Space Shuttle Endeavour and the other Orbiters are scheduled for decommissioning in 2011.

Spacewalk pictures from the extended STS-118 mission in 2007. Sadly, the Space Shuttle Endeavour and the other Orbiters are scheduled for decommissioning in 2011.

Space Shuttle Plume Shadow Points to the Moon - from Astronomy Picture of the Day, 27 November 2011

Space Shuttle Plume Shadow Points to the Moon - from Astronomy Picture of the Day, 27 November 2011

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