By Jeffrey Manber – NASA’s educational folks have taken note of the great job that Jeff Goldstein and everyone at SSEP has done in launching a national space STEM project via the NanoRacks’ flight and payload opportunities. You can read what they say on the NASA web site at…
STS-135 (ISS assembly flight ULF7) was the 135th and final mission of the American Space Shuttle program. It used the orbiter Atlantis and hardware originally processed for the STS-335 contingency mission, which was not flown. STS-135 launched on 8 July 2011, and landed on 21 July 2011, following a one-day mission extension.
Read more about STS-135 on Wikipedia or find out more about NanoRacks customer missions on STS-135:
Bringing together hundreds of school teachers, parents, space grant officials and students to watch the launch of STS-134 – plus a one day event to discuss the science behind all the SSEP experiments being conducted on STS-135.