Museums in Florida, New York City, Los Angeles and the nation's capital will serve as the homes of NASA's space shuttles in retirement, the agency's chief announced Tuesday. Full story
This story was updated on April 11 at 7 a.m. ET. NASA is expected to announce the final resting places of the agency's space shuttles Tuesday (April 12), on the 30th anniversary of the first-ever shuttle mission. Full story
(L-R) Astronaut and pilot of first shuttle launch Bob Crippen, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, Astronaut Janet Kavandi, KSC Center Director Bob Cabana and Vehicle Manager Mike Parrish on April 12, 2011 pose for a photo after Bolden announced that the US space shuttle Atlantis would stay at KS
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden responds to a reporter's question during an overview briefing on the budget proposal for fiscal year 2012 on Monday at NASA Headquarters in Washington.