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What does NASA use the space shuttle for?

The space shuttle is NASA's space transportation system, designed to carry astronauts and cargo to and from Earth orbit. The first space shuttle flight took place in 1981. The (MORE)
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When did NASA start building the space shuttle?

Shuttle construction contract awarded July 26, 1972 Construction began on the first shuttle OV-101 Enterprise on June 4, 1974. 7/17/74 - 5/27/77 MPTA-098, became O (MORE)
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Why does NASA have multiple space shuttles?

  Multiple space shuttle orbiter vehicles are necessary to meet launch schedules. While reusable, each orbiter requires 6-9 months of refurbishment and processing before i (MORE)

What are names of space shuttles from NASA?

The names of the space shuttles are: Columbia, Enterprise, Challenger, Atlantis, Discovery and Endeavour. And here is some interesting information about each one: Columbia (MORE)
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What is the history of the nasa space shuttle?

It was built went into space a bunch and got retired. That is all. But there is a conspiracy that the Nasa Space shuttle was built by aliens. Aliens landed on earth in the shu (MORE)