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Outer space: The in thing

With the shuttle safely home, NASA turns its eyes to Mars. Also: Taking a trip to the moon. Photos: Orbiter set to spy on Mars Photos: Buy a ticket to the moon

With the shuttle safely home, NASA turns its eyes to Mars. Also: Taking a trip to the moon.

Discovery lands, but its future is up in the air

Even after a safe landing by one shuttle, it's not clear what will happen to the program. When should the fleet be put out to pasture?
August 10, 2005

NASA delays Mars orbiter launch

Engineers must make sure no problems exist with the vehicle being used to launch the spacecraft.
August 10, 2005

Orbiter set to spy on Mars

images The launch of the two-ton Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will use new technology to study the Red Planet.
August 10, 2005

A tour around the moon--for $100 million

A company that has sent two wealthy tourists into orbit will now offer a trip around the moon.
The New York Times
August 9, 2005

Buy a ticket to the moon

photos Not satisfied with a trip to the Poconos? You might want to consider what Space Adventures is selling.
August 10, 2005

Discovery lands in California

After bad weather prevents a Florida landing, NASA faces a costly ferry trip to move the shuttle back to its home.
August 9, 2005

The shuttle heads home

photos The spacecraft lands at Edwards Air Force Base to complete the first shuttle mission since the destruction of Columbia in 2003.
August 9, 2005 Previous coverage

Shuttle makes stop to study humans in space

During a stay at the International Space Station, Discovery contributes to a study on sustained human life in outer space.
July 28, 2005