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Space shuttle fuel tank set to be displayed at California Science Center
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ET-94, a massive external fuel tank built for the space shuttle program but never used in flight, will finally take an epic journey — not in space, but through the Panama Canal and eventually along the busy roadways of Los Angeles, it was announced …

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Huge space shuttle tank will make epic journey from New Orleans to Los Angeles
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This undated photo provided by the California Science Center shows an External Fuel Tank built for the space shuttle sitting on a transporter, like the one that will take ET-94 across the city streets in Los Angeles and Inglewood, Calif. The external …

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'Slick 6:' 30 years after the hopes of a West Coast space shuttle
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It was 1986 and the U.S. Air Force was on the cusp of something unprecedented in human spaceflight — launching a space shuttle crew from California and paving the way for people to fly true polar missions. Space Launch Complex 6, along the rugged …

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NASA's New Space Shuttle Is a Work of Futuristic Art
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A recent, NASA-awarded cargo pact worth billions means smoother sailing for the development of Dream Chaser, a new space shuttle built by Sierra Nevada Corp (SNC), based in Louisville, CO. The unique spacecraft has had a long and arduous journey …

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Face it, America: The Space Shuttle was a total failure
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If you ever get to see one of the retired space shuttles up close, you will be struck by how rickety it looks. Just go to the California Science Center in Los Angeles or the Intrepid Museum in New York. Walking under the wings or by the cockpit's …

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Space Shuttle Columbia disaster: shuttle disintegrates in reentry, killing …
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(Originally published by the Daily News on February 2, 2003.) The space shuttle Columbia burst into flames and broke apart in the blue skies over Texas yesterday as it was hurtling back to Earth with six Americans and Israel's first astronaut aboard …

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