Do you live in San Francisco? Did you snap a pretty shot of the shuttle today?
Just like it did over the skies of Washington, D.C. last week, the Space Shuttle made a low-altitude fly-by over the New York City Area this morning. Everybody here at Gawker HQ scrambled to the roof and waited for a few chilly minutes for Enterprise to come into our field of vision. Kotaku's own Chris Person was…
The Space Shuttle Discovery got flown to Washington, D.C. today, on the back of a 747 jumbo jet. Regular folks are snapping some terrific photos as Discovery makes its way to the Smithsonian. Here's a sampling from various online sources.
Many of us watched as the space shuttle Atlantis rocketed into space earlier this month, marking the last time a space shuttle will ever leave the Earth. Early this morning Atlantis came home.
So you're attending the final launch in the U.S. space shuttle program's 30-year history. How would you document the moment? One guy whipped out his 3DS and AR cards and put Mario among those in attendance.
Now that the final mission of NASA's space shuttle program is underway, we thought we'd take a look at some of the games influenced by the primitive spacecraft over the years.
With space shuttle Atlantis on the launchpad prepping for its final journey into space, maybe now's a good time to reflect on just how unlikely it is that our time at a flight sim yoke will ever prepare any of us for the real thing.
The final launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery is scheduled for tomorrow, and PlayStation space exploration fans can tune in directly from Sony's console-embedded virtual world, provided they know someone with a digital yacht.
Meet Robonaut 2, the most dexterous humanoid robot in existence, soon to be the first humanoid robot in space, and you'll be able to hear all about it through his Twitter account.