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Grumman 619 Shuttle: The Killer Looking Concept That Nearly Became the Space Shuttle
Grumman 619 Shuttle: The Killer Looking Concept That Nearly Became the Space Shuttle

19 Feb 2022, 00:00 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / To give you an idea of how exciting it was to work for Grumman in the late 60s and early 70s, their LEM successfully transported humans to the Moon.

 
James Webb Telescope Snaps First Blurry Images of Far Off Star, Science to Start Soon
James Webb Telescope Snaps First Blurry Images of Far Off Star, Science to Start Soon

12 Feb 2022, 10:07 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / The first admittedly blurry and not very well-defined image of celestial objects in the vastness of space was taken this past week.

 
Here's Why it Took 30 Years and $10 Billion to Get James Webb Space Telescope Into Space
Here's Why it Took 30 Years and $10 Billion to Get James Webb Space Telescope Into Space

26 Dec 2021, 04:19 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / ut JWST is so much more than the world's most powerful space telescope mankind has ever constructed. It's also one hell of a rollercoaster of a story.

 
This Set of Cameras Racked Up More Days in Space Than Armstrong and Aldrin Combined
This Set of Cameras Racked Up More Days in Space Than Armstrong and Aldrin Combined

12 Dec 2021, 10:30 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / These cameras served as reliable photo archivists of the daily lives of Space Shuttle astronauts. Everything from their experiments to their daily activities

 
South Korea's First Homemade Rocket Launches Successfully, Fails to Reach Correct Orbit
South Korea's First Homemade Rocket Launches Successfully, Fails to Reach Correct Orbit

21 Oct 2021, 20:10 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / After the launch, South Korean President Moon Jae-in announced that the rocket was unsuccessful in its planned objective