As the space shuttle Discovery passed by the Washington Post office on Tuesday, I neither saw nor heard it. I was inside, working. And even though there were thousands of others in the city indoors just like me, thanks to the constant stream of social media from the Discovery’s observers, it felt like the entire city was having a shuttle-spotting party, and I was the only one who didn’t RSVP.
Space Shuttle Discovery hitched a ride Tuesday morning from Florida's Kennedy Space Center to Washington D.C.'s Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, where it will live out its final days. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien, w... Read Post
WASHINGTON, DC.- The National Air and Space Museum and NASA will invite 30 of their social media followers to the first ?NASA Social? April 19 to welcome space shuttle Discovery to the National Collection. Registration opens at noon... Read Post