The Space Shuttle was America's ride into space from 1981 - 2011. During that time, did you know that the shuttle could have landed across New York? Here's 5 sites in New York NASA kept in mind in the case of a shuttle landing/abort.
I know what you’re thinking: I just saw another miracle on the Hudson. This time instead of a plane full of passengers you’re looking at a space shuttle. No, our astronauts didn’t make an emergency landing here.
New Yorkers who looked up into the sky on Friday were treated to something simply amazing. The Space Shuttle Enterprise rocketed past such iconic New York City landmarks as the Statue of Liberty and One World Trade Center before coming in for a landing at JFK airport. Luckily, photographers caught the close encounter.
NASA is offering space shuttle heat shield tiles and dehydrated astronaut food to eligible schools and universities. It's all part of the agency's efforts to preserve the Space Shuttle Program's history and technology and inspire the next generation of space explorers, scientists and engineers.
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