What will replace the space shuttles?
NASA plans to replace the Space Shuttle Program with the Orion Program based on an Ares I rocket.
Well... Space stations are space stations and space shuttles are space shuttles. They are kind of like flying cars.
Space Shuttles do not land in Houston
NASA space shuttles
Space shuttles are used for astronauts who are making journeys from Earth into space.
space shuttles fix all kinds off satelites they help fix any kind of spacecraft.the space shuttles have been launching since 1977 from NASA.space shuttles are very useful space craft to help fix things in outer space .by George Philip if you like space shuttles a lot there is a Lego set
All of the space shuttles were named after famous ships.
Space shuttles use energy, not make it
Space shuttles fly in the thermosphere.
Space shuttles are plane like vehicles that travel in space, i hope that answered your question
4 Space Shuttles existed in 2011. Including the test vehicle, Space Shuttle Enterprise. Space Shuttles that actually went into space? 3. Discovery, Atlantis, and Endeavour.
3 space shuttles have crashed so far
Stations are built in space; Shuttles use rocket boosters.
No space shuttles were used in 1980.
It is not expected that the Space Shuttles will fly again.
no place, nobody has space shuttles anymore
The US space shuttles were built to take astronauts into space and build the International Space Station.
The question is a little moot, since we don't have space shuttles any more.
space shuttles were made to be reusable, rockets were used only once
space shuttles wel i guess they help satttlites or omething if no I'm sorry space shuttles wel i guess they help satttlites or omething if no I'm sorry
No new space shuttles are being built at this time.
Currently NASA have three space shuttles Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavour.
The Space Shuttles still in use by NASA are the Discovery, the Endeavor, and the Atlantis. Each of them is 184 feet long. Each of these space shuttles' orbiters is 122 feet long.
From 1981 through 2009, Space Shuttles launched from Cape Canaveral, FL on the east coast. All of the surviving space shuttles have been retired to various museums.
if you are talking about space shuttles yes they do.
If you mean space shuttles, the answer is no.
5 NASA Shuttles have been into space. Of those 5 shuttles, 2 were unfortunately destroyed. There has been a total of 135 Space missions using the space shuttle between the years 1980 and 2011 :)
The Space Shuttles are old, expensive, and outdated. Two of the five US space shuttles were destroyed in accidents that killed all on board, which raised concerns about the safety of the spacecraft as well.
The height of the space shuttles is 56.1 metres or 184.055 118 11 feet. This length is applied to all the space shuttles.
5 different space shuttles have been launched on 129 missions.
No, all remaining Space Shuttles have been retired and are now in museums across the country.
they fly to space
To go into space!
Space shuttles land just like a plane does. Flat down on it's stomach side.
Space shuttles are pressurized so that the oxygen stays inside the shuttle.
Space craft prior to the space shuttles were one-time-use vehicles. The space shuttles were made to be multiple use vehicles.
All the shuttles: Enterprise (Not Flown into space) Columbia Challenger Discovery Atlantis Endeavor
It depends on which shuttle is scheduled for a mission. The only spaceworthy shuttles right now are Atlantis, Endeavour and Discovery.
Ozone depletion is caused due to space shuttles. But not enough to cause a hole.
Newton's 3rd law relates to rockets like the space shuttles.
The names of the 6 American Space Shuttles were Enterprise, Columbia, Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis, and Endeavour.
on the space station and shuttles
The plural is space shuttles.
no they do not that is space stations
They use rocketry. A space shuttle is a rocket.
they have launchers that they use to launch the space shuttles.
to study Earth and space
Because it carries a crew into space, then returns to Earth, just like a shuttle that goes back and forth.
The Challenger and Columbia space shuttles were both destroyed in tragic incidents.