Space Shuttle Atlantis

By: Jack Tucker

Missions

The Space Shuttle Atlantis has gone on many missions, it was built to be reused.


The amount of time it has spent in space is 306 days, 14 hours, 12 minutes, and 43 seconds.



The longest mission Atlantis has ever gone on was in June 2007 (the mission name was ST2-117).



The Atlantis has been retired to the Kennedy Space Center.


The longest mission Atlantis has ever gone on was in June 2007 (the mission name was ST2-117).

Blueprints of the Atlantis

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About the Atlantis

The Atlantis weighs about 151,315 pounds.


The Atlantis was named after a two-masted boat that served primary research.



That's traveling nearly 126,000,000km,



Or 525 times from the earth to the moon.



By the end of its last mission the Atlantis would have orbited earth 4,842 times,



That's traveling nearly 126,000,000km,



Or 525 times from the earth to the moon.




Atlantis flying near the Sun

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Atlantis docked at the Space Station

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NASA Space Shuttle Atlantis Launch and Landing Highlights

The Atlantis' last Flight

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Atlantis' Final Touchdown

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