Time to Relfect

Apr 23, 2011   //   by Pamela Greyer   //   Latest Buzz  //  No Comments

Yesterday was Earth Day! I think over the past ten years many of us have become more aware and active over protecting the fragile planet we call home. Some of the most breathtaking and awe inspiring moments I have had in past years of working in K-12 NASA outreach are looking at photos of Earth from space and sharing these images with young people to inspire them to dream big.

As NASA winds down the Space Shuttle Program with STS-134, the last flight of Endeavor, and hopefully the launch of Atlantis, STS-135, this June, here is a dramatic, powerful, inspirational and visually stunning tribute to the Space Shuttle Program created by @ScreenscapeS. Thanks Mike! Enjoy everyone!

To learn more about NASA’s Space Shuttle Program and the 30 years of historic missions and American ingenuity and innovation that has allowed hundreds of astronauts, including a fantastic list of female crew members, to experience a ride on a rocket to space visit the NASA Space Shuttle Program website.

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