The Space Shuttle Atlantis

July 8th, 2011 11:26am The final mission for Atlantis and the end of the United States' 30 year Space Shuttle program.

(Atlantis will be decommissioned and displayed at the Kennedy Space Center)

July 21st, 2011 was the final landing of the Atlantis and for the entire Space Shuttle fleet. Those twin sonic booms will never be heard here again. It will never be the same again. Thanks to all the men and women that had anything to do with our shuttle program. You all should be so proud of what has been accomplished in the 30 years of flight. Awesome!!!


Atlantis' last flight. Taking by my brother Steven


Atlantis from a Southwest Jet

Atlantis from above

Atlantis from a science balloon




A special Pledge of Allegiance down by some special Brevard County elementary students

The Space Shuttle Atlantis just a few hours after landing at the Kennedy Space Center

Great job kids!!!!










My Shuttle Pages

STS-89 Atlantis Night Launch

STS-114 Discovery Return to Flight

STS-121 Discovery (were back!!!)

STS-115 Atlantis

STS-116 Discovery (Night Launch)

STS-117 Atlantis

STS-118 Endeavour

STS-123 Endeavour

STS-119 Discovery

STS-128 Discovery

STS-131 Discovery

STS-132 Atlantis

STS-133 Discovery

STS-134 Endeavour

STS-135 Atlantis

Last Flyby of the Space Shuttle Endeavour




On a personal note, I am against the ending of the shuttle program. Nasa has given us so much that many do not know or understand. The shuttle program alone, just to mention a few gave us; infrared cameras, more efficient home insulation, video software, computer technology, battery technology, biodegradable lubricants, etc. The list really goes on.

I fully understand that the future of NASA will continue and with some great programs coming in the next few years. The part I do not understand is why shut down the shuttle when we have no replacement system for our existing projects. We now have to depend on Russia to get supplies and our own astronauts to the space station while our engineers get laid off. It makes no sense sending millions of our dollars to another country to do what we do very well.


Want to feel a some G's and get an idea what it feels like to launch into space, well ride Epcot's Mission Space. What a feeling.


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