As the name suggests, this article is about the space shuttle.
Its been a big one.
Its taken in over 100 missions.
And as of this writing it is the third largest in human history.
The space shuttle was the first manned vehicle to use the Space Launch System (SLS), the largest rocket ever developed, and one of the most successful of the space age.
It flew 703 times between July 1951 and July 2002, and its first flight was on November 3, 2004.
In this article, I’m going to break down what the space shuttles role in the United States space program was, and why it matters to the rest of the world.
The Space Shuttle was the Mission System The space shuttle was designed to operate in space for up to two years.
If the orbiter went into a low orbit, it would come back to Earth, and the astronauts would return to the station.
However, NASA chose not to put a crew on board the shuttle because it didn’t want to risk an accident that would result in a catastrophic failure.
Instead, the shuttle was built as a multi-purpose mission system.
The primary mission was to provide the Orion crew capsule with a permanent base on the moon, a base that would be permanently manned, and a base for a new generation of rockets and spacecraft.
The SLS rocket was the most powerful rocket in the world The SES-10 rocket was one of four major rocket engines that powered the SLS spacecraft.
The other three were the Delta IV rocket, Delta IV Heavy, and Pegasus, which is the Saturn V rocket.
The Pegasus was a version of the Pegasus Heavy that used two of the same engines.
The Delta IV was the biggest rocket ever built, and it was the only rocket to reach the highest orbit.
Delta IV-Heavy rocket from Delta IV, 1966.
The Delta IV heavy rocket, nicknamed “Slim,” was the largest ever designed for the SES spacecraft.
It had a mass of 6,500 metric tons and a mass capacity of 3,000 metric tons.
The rocket was used for launches from Cape Canaveral and Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, and was used to carry NASA’s Apollo missions from the Moon to the Apollo 13 landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The Falcon Heavy was a successor to the Delta Heavy.
The Falcon Heavy rocket, named “Dragon,” was built by Space Exploration Technologies Corporation.
It was the second-largest rocket ever designed, and NASA was hoping to develop it as a replacement for the Delta III rocket.
Falcon Heavy had a larger mass than Delta IV and it used two Falcon 9 engines.
The booster was capable of reaching an altitude of over 500 kilometers, which made it a more powerful rocket than Delta.
The Orion crew spacecraft was originally designed to carry five astronauts.
But NASA decided to use a shuttle crew for this mission, because it wanted to avoid a catastrophic accident that might have resulted in a failure.
NASA also decided to keep the crew on the shuttle for its next mission, Orion, because Orion had been developed for a longer duration and would have been more capable.
NASA’s Orion crew was designed for a one-year mission.
NASA initially planned to use Orion for only a few weeks, but decided to fly the crew through six orbits in order to increase the chances of success.
This would have increased the chances that Orion would survive the launch, but it would also have allowed NASA to test its new spacecraft and astronauts.
The first flight of the crew capsule was on October 19, 2006.
First launch of NASA’s crew capsule, Orion capsule, October 19.
NASA/Jeff Williams/NASA The crew capsule of the Orion spacecraft was a modified version of a modified Orion that NASA built.
This was the fourth crew capsule ever launched to the International Space Station, and this was the crew that would fly in it.
It also had an improved propulsion system, which meant that the crew could carry heavier cargo.
The crew capsules payload bay was a large, open space, so it could hold the astronauts and crew supplies.
A crew capsule carrying the crew.
NASA Orion crew capsules crew capsule.
NASA The Orion crew module is the primary payload module for the crew spacecraft.
This is a large cargo bay, designed to hold a variety of small items.
The compartment is also called the “battery,” and it’s designed to be reused after each crew flight.
NASA has a crew of three, and Orion’s crew was upgraded to four by way of a joint program.
NASA’s crew module upgrades, Orion crew, August 23, 2018.
The International Space station crew was built to carry astronauts.
The ISS crew module was built for two crew missions, one that was a cargo mission, and another that was the ISS crew itself