With the Space Shuttle preparing to launch on its final mission this week, I thought I’d bring together a few useful related resources.
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Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About The Space Shuttle:
The History of the Space Shuttle is a series of photos from The Atlantic.
A Photo History of The Space Shuttle Program is a slideshow from TIME Magazine.
Final flight to the final frontier is an infographic from The Washington Post.
30 Years of the Space Shuttle is an interactive timeline from The New York Times.
Elegance In Orbit: The Space Shuttle is a CNN video:
NASA has a special site on the Shuttle.
The Associated Press has an interactive on the Space Shuttle.
The Guardian has an older, but still useful, Shuttle interactive.
Here’s a video from MSNBC:
How Stuff Works has lots of accessible videos on the Shuttle program.
30 Years of the Space Shuttle Program is a slideshow from The History Channel.
Around the World (About 20,000 Times) is a pretty darn impressive interactive from The Wall Street Journal.
Space Shuttle, Thirty Years of Spaceflight is a series of photos from The Denver Post.
Space shuttle launch: infographic video history of the NASA space shuttle comes from The Telegraph.
In pictures: The space shuttle comes from The BBC.
The space shuttle: 1981-2011 is a slideshow from The Washington Post.
Sizing Up Space: A Visual History is an infographic from NPR.
Here’s a great video, Space Shuttle: The complete missions:
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