Atlantis has one heavy satellite to deploy, and the EVA crew has to evaluate some strange exercise devices in the payload bay. Sort of.
Columbia has a tricky time getting off the launchpad, but once it does, it performs some fancy astronomy that can only be done in space!
STS-38 seems to be a run of the mill classified mission at first.. until someone discovers something flashing in GEO.
Ulysses has a long journey ahead of it, and it all starts on Space Shuttle Discovery and STS-41!
The Hubble Space Telescope is finally here and it's about to rewrite the textbooks. If we can just get it to clear the payload bay in one piece.
Atlantis has something in its payload bay.. what it could be is anyone's guess!
The Long Duration Exposure Facility has been waiting for its ride home for a while. Let's go catch it before it becomes the Short Duration Exposure to Reentry Conditions Facility.
We end up with a shorter episode thanks to another classified flight. But if you need a sweet new PC, I think Huey can hook you up.
Atlantis is back on the launchpad and has another interplanetary mission in its payload bay! Galileo is headed to Jupiter! Please set aside 110 days to download this episode.
Columbia is back in the flight rotation with a mysterious spacecraft in the payload bay and a mysterious experiment in the middeck!
The Space Above Us has reached 100 episodes! Let's take a break from space, spaceflight history, NASA, Project Mercury, the X-15, Project Gemini, the Apollo Program, Skylab, and the Space Shuttle, and answer some audience questions! That previous sentence definitely wasn't crafted to make the show more discoverable to space nerds.
After nearly ten years, NASA is launching another interplanetary probe! Magellan is headed to Venus and it's catching a ride with Space Shuttle Atlantis