Space Shuttle program
Lockheed Martin and Sierra Nevada Corporation showed off composite structure of the Dream Chaser spacecraft in Fort Worth Friday.
While today’s shuttle launch will be the last “blast off” for the foreseeable future, that doesn’t mean the folks at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston will be getting a break any time soon. CBS11 was the only North Texas station allowed access to see what NASA’s doing when the shuttle program ends.
A former astronaut from North Texas has been invited to attend the final launch of the historic space shuttle Atlantis at the end of the week.