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Astronaut Mark Kelly announces bid for U.S. SenateJason RhianFebruary 12th, 2019
Four-time Space Shuttle veteran Mark Kelly let the world know on Twitter that he is going to try to join the U.S. Senate.
National Press Club breakfast an all-star lineup with Kelly brothers, VirtsMark UsciakSeptember 15th, 2015
The National Press Club had an "all-star" lineup of guests for the organization's Sept. 14, 2015, breakfast. On hand were NASA astronauts Terry Virts, Mark Kelly, and a special guest who beamed in from on orbit – Kelly's brother Scott.
Our Spaceflight Heritage: Shuttle launch for Independence DayHeather SmithJuly 4th, 2014
On Independence Day, July 4, 2006, space Shuttle Discovery lifted off at 2:37 p.m. EDT with six astronauts aboard and two tons of cargo to be delivered to the International Space Station, including the fourth trip for the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Leonardo.
Our Spaceflight Heritage: Endeavour’s Final VoyageHeather SmithMay 16th, 2014
On this day in 2011, space shuttle Endeavour took its final voyage to space carrying aboard six astronauts, two critical instruments for the International Space Station, and four major milestones.
NASA selects 10 proposals for unprecedented twin astronaut studyPress ReleaseMarch 11th, 2014
Only one set of twins has ever been into space, and now those twins are providing an unprecedented opportunity for scientists to understand better the effects of microgravity on the human body.