Star Trek Captain Explains NASA Return To Flight Shuttle Mission

Posted: Jul 13 2005, 3:30am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:13pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Star Trek Captain Explains NASA Return To Flight Shuttle Mission
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About another 11 hours until the NASA space shuttle is taking off into space again. To pass the time you can explore and listen to Star Trek Captain Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula), who is leading through a very nicely made Flash presentation.

The NASA Return To Flight Flash feature presents the crew, explains the shuttle and goes over the mission.
Watch the flash feature on this NASA site (upper right corner).

NASA will of course report live on their site about the Space Shuttle launch. NASA already had a problem on the launch pad, where a couple of the ceramic shields broke. I wonder when they come up with a new shuttle. It seems to me the space shuttle reached the point where it is not state of the art anymore like the Concorde.

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