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Watch "Best of the Best" Provides New Views, Commentary of Shuttle Launches GIF on Gfycat. Discover more nasa GIFs, shuttle GIFs, space GIFs, space shuttle thrustersGIFs on Gfycat.

Watch "Best of the Best" Provides New Views, Commentary of Shuttle Launches GIF on Gfycat. Discover more nasa GIFs, shuttle GIFs, space GIFs, space shuttle thrustersGIFs on Gfycat.

Machining a Space Shuttle Main Engine injector in 1977 - Imgur

Machining a Space Shuttle Main Engine injector in 1977

NASA Celebrates 50 Years of Spacewalking - In this Feb. 7, 1984 photograph taken by his fellow crewmembers aboard the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Challenger on the STS-41B mission, NASA astronaut Bruce McCandless II approaches his maximum distance from the vehicle. McCandless became the first astronaut to maneuver about in space untethered, during this first "field" tryout of a nitrogen-propelled, hand-controlled backpack device called the Manned Maneuvering Unit (MMU). - Image Credit: NASA

Celebrates 50 Years of Spacewalking

NASA Celebrates 50 Years of Spacewalking - In this Feb. 7, 1984 photograph taken by his fellow crewmembers aboard the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Challenger on the STS-41B mission, NASA astronaut Bruce McCandless II approaches his maximum distance from the vehicle. McCandless became the first astronaut to maneuver about in space untethered, during this first "field" tryout of a nitrogen-propelled, hand-controlled backpack device called the Manned Maneuvering Unit (MMU). - Image Credit: NASA

ISS027-E-036706 (23 May 2011) --- This image of the International Space Station and the docked space shuttle Endeavour, flying at an altitude of approximately 220 miles, was taken by Expedition 27 crew member Paolo Nespoli from the Soyuz TMA-20 following its undocking on May 23, 2011 (USA time).

ISS027-E-036706 (23 May 2011) --- This image of the International Space Station and the docked space shuttle Endeavour, flying at an altitude of approximately 220 miles, was taken by Expedition 27 crew member Paolo Nespoli from the Soyuz TMA-20 following its undocking on May 23, 2011 (USA time).

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