August 10, 2005 Discovery's safe return to Earth Tuesday was a win for NASA. But the mission also raised questions about the future of the shuttle program and the challenges it still faces. Space historian and author Andrew Chaikin addresses some of those issues.
August 9, 2005 The space shuttle and its seven-person crew make a safe landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California, successfully conclucing the first shuttle mission since the Columbia disaster. The shuttle was diverted from a Florida landing by bad weather.
August 8, 2005 NASA has postponed Discovery's return until Tuesday due to weather concerns. The crew will have several landing opportunities at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Edwards Air Force Base and White Sands Space Harbor. Here's a look at what the crew's been up to, and information on possible landing opportunities.
July 29, 2005 The crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery was "very surprised" to learn that foam debris had come off the shuttle's external fuel tank during liftoff Tuesday, Commander Eileen Collins says. She and Mission Specialist Andrew Thomas speak with NPR's Michele Norris from space.