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NASA has unveiled the Space Shuttle Enterprise – BollyInside


On September 17, 1976, NASA unveiled the first space shuttle, the Space Shuttle Enterprise.
The unveiling took place at a public ceremony in Palmdale, California.
In 1977, the Enterprise became the first space shuttle to fly solo. A Boeing 747 lifted him 25,000 feet and released him. The shuttle returned safely to Edwards Air Force Base, becoming the first space shuttle to fly freely.
NASA began regular flights of his Space Shuttle in 1981. It all started with Columbia in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Early shuttles carried satellite instruments into space and conducted scientific experiments.
On February 1, 2003, the Space Shuttle Her program suffered yet another tragedy when Columbia collapsed during re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere during her 28th mission. All seven astronauts on board died. NASA has canceled the space shuttle program over concerns that the problems that caused the Columbia crash have not been resolved. NASA’s last Space Shuttle mission ended in July 2011.
On January 28, 1986, NASA was devastated when Challenger exploded just 74 seconds after takeoff, killing all seven people on board. Two years later, in 1988, space shuttle flights resumed and Discovery successfully launched.
The Enterprise is currently on display at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City.
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