This week in 2011, space shuttle Atlantis, mission STS-135, launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center to the International Space Station. STS-135 carried the Raffaello multipurpose logistics module to deliver supplies, logistics, and spare parts to the orbiting lab. This was the final launch of the Space Shuttle Program. Today, the Payload Operations Integration Center at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center serves as “science central” for the space station, working 24/7, 365 days a year in support of the orbiting laboratory’s science experiments. After 20 years of continuous human presence, the space station remains the sole space-based proving ground and stepping stone toward achieving the goals of the Artemis program. The NASA History Program is responsible for generating, disseminating, and preserving NASA’s remarkable history and providing a comprehensive understanding of the institutional, cultural, social, political, economic, technological, and scientific aspects of NASA’s activities in aeronautics and space. For more pictures like this one and to connect to NASA’s history, visit the Marshall History Program’s webpage. (NASA)


2011年的这一周,执行STS-135任务的阿特兰蒂斯号航天飞机从NASA肯尼迪航天中心发射到国际空间站。STS-135载有拉斐尔多功能后勤舱,向轨道上的实验室运送物资、后勤和备件。这是航天飞机计划的最后一次发射。今天,位于NASA马歇尔空间飞行中心的有效载荷操作集成中心作为空间站的科学中心,一年365天24小时工作,支持轨道实验室的科学实验。经过20年人类的持续存在,空间站仍然是唯一的天基试验场和实现阿耳忒弥斯计划目标的踏脚石。NASA历史项目负责生成、传播和保存NASA的非凡历史,并提供对NASA在航空和空间活动的制度、文化、社会、政治、经济、技术和科学方面的全面了解。想了解更多像这样的图片,并与NASA的历史联系起来,请访问马歇尔历史项目的网页。(NASA)

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