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  • Insider Interview: From Shuttle to Shuttle an interview with Steve Lindsey – Part 2

    Jason RhianJune 17th, 2015

    In this second part of our interview with former NASA astronaut Steve Lindsey, SpaceFlight Insider delves deeper into what it was that made his decision to leave NASA and to join Sierra Nevada’s Dream Chaser program, what it was like to discover that Dream Chaser was not selected to continue under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, and what […]

  • Insider Interview: From Shuttle to Shuttle an interview with Steve Lindsey – Part 1

    Jason RhianJune 16th, 2015

    Steve Lindsey has a lot of experience when it comes to winged spacecraft, especially those of the crewed variety. Lindsey was accepted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 30, along with John Grunsfeld, Kent Rominger, and Rhea Seddon. Wanting to find out more about the highly experienced astronaut’s take on the […]

  • Four new ‘Heroes and Legends’ join U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame

    Jason RhianMay 31st, 2015

    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla — The U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame welcomed four new members into its prestigious ranks on Saturday, May 30 at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. On the 25th anniversary of the opening of the AHoF, John Grunsfeld, Steve Lindsey, Kent Rominger and Rhea Seddon became the latest inductees, and they will now […]

  • Our Spaceflight Heritage: Shuttle launch for Independence Day

    Heather 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.