The crew of NASA's Space Shuttle Endeavour departs for launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center
The astronaut crew of NASA's Space Shuttle Endeavour, Rick Linnehan, Takao Doi, Mike Foreman, Gregory Johnson, Rick Linnehan, Garrett Reisman and commander Dominic Gorie (left to right), departs from the crew quarters at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida on March 10, 2008. The crew will fly Endeavour to the International Space Station where they will add instrumentation as well as an experiment module onto the orbiting laboratory for the Canadian Space Agency and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. (UPI Photo/Joe Marino-Bill Cantrell)
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Space shuttle Atlantis lifted off Monday from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, en route to provide the final servicing of the Hubble Space Telescope.
The U.S. space agency is planning the first liftoff from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39A since it was damaged during a May launch.
German-led scientists say they've confirmed computer predictions that oxygen-depleted zones in tropical oceans are expanding, possibly due to climate change.
Space shuttle Endeavour roared into the dark Florida sky early Tuesday, beginning a record 16-day mission to the International Space Station.
The U.S. space agency said all systems were "go" for the launch of space shuttle Endeavour and its STS-123 mission to the International Space Station.
The U.S. space agency is working with the IMAX Corp. and Warner Bros to return the IMAX 3-D camera to space.
The U.S. astronauts selected for the next servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope are beginning their training this week.
NASA has named the crew for space shuttle STS-123, which will deliver Japanese and Canadian experimental systems to the International Space Station.
The U.S. space agency announced approval Tuesday for a fifth repair trip to the Hubble Space Telescope to extend and improve its capabilities through 2013.