Orion Spacecraft - Engineers and Technicians Install Protective Shell on NASA’s Orion Spacecraft - Aug 20 2014 - Engineers and technicians at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center have finished installing the cone-shaped back shell of Orion’s crew module – the protective cover on the sides that make up Orion’s upside down cone shape. It’s made up of 970 black tiles that should look very familiar – the same tiles protected the belly of the space shuttles as they returned from space.
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first men to step foot on the Moon on July They had launched aboard Apollo 11 with Mike Collins on July "that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"
The danger of space debris which constitutes a serious problem that human beings& especially space travellers face is the main topic of The Atlantic article.For many years, the hazard of space debris hasn't been considered a serious problem.THe article ends with a message for our generation: A hundred years from now, when our descendants want to put satellites into orbits teeming with debris, they will wonder what we could have been thinking. The simple answer is we weren't thinking at all.
Space Station Partners Announce Future Mission Crew Members