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Go Go Go Dragon! SpaceX Launch Makes History Again

SpaceX’s Dragon 2 spacecraft, powered by a Falcon 9 rocket, on the lunchpad at the Kennedy Space Center.Image: David J. Phillip / AP Update 5/27:Due to weather concerns, NASA has postponed the launch until Saturday, May 30th at 3:22 PM...

OWC Pro Corner: The Last Shuttle Project.

Every day, creative professionals bring something unique and different into the world. A large—and growing—number of these use OWC products as part of their workflow. Over the last year or so, we’ve mentioned our friends at The Last Shuttle Project,...

NASA Makes New Shuttle Program Artifacts Available

A little more than a month ago, the final landing of Space Shuttle Atlantis marked the end of the Space Shuttle program. We followed the story pretty closely here on the OWC Blog, mostly in relation to our friends over...

Photos from the End

Last week saw the end of the landing of the final Space Shuttle mission, bringing to close an era in space exploration. We’ve followed this story (and various tangents) for the better part of a year. In the process, we’ve...

US Goes Deep Into Space With New Vehicle

So while it appears the U.S. is leaving Low Earth Orbit operations (like the ISS) to the private sector and other countries once the Space Shuttle program is retired later this year, our country is going to "boldly go" into...

Space Shuttle Endeavor Lifts Off at 7:56 CDT

Amongst the collective weeping and gnashing of teeth over the difficulties replacing the 2011 iMac’s hard drive, it’s nice to hear that something is finally going well. After multiple delays, Space Shuttle Endeavor finally lifted off today at 7:56 AM...

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