With the last shuttle flight approaching in June, the future of manned spaceflight is uncertain. Former NASA engineer and author David Baker, astronaut Jeffrey A. Hoffman, and journalist Pat Duggins discuss the milestones and downfalls of the shuttle program and what may come next.
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NASA astronaut Don Pettit spent nearly six months aboard the International Space Station and elected to spend his off-duty time performing science experiments of his own design. Pettit talks about life in space and some of the gadgets he invented while he lived there.
As the space shuttle programme draws to a close, Piers Sellers and Scott Altman describe what it was like to fly on the shuttle — and we recreate the sounds
As NASA’s final shuttle launch approaches, we look at America’s future in the final frontier.