Today’s featured photo of the day! The feature is: NASA Retro Mission Patch Party

We are celebrating the Mars Landing! Mars!! How nice. We are blessed to be in the USA! This is the final patch photo. . .A recap with montage photos to follow.

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Facebook Party – Celebrate Mars Launch in a NASA Retro Mission Patch Party

Posted by Versatileer on Tuesday, July 28, 2020

I am sharing a republishing of a Facebook Party from July that Facebook erroneously does not want you, my follower to see. They keep changing the format that it takes to render its photos, and keep acting like “The Invisible Man“. Originally from Facebook Party Jul 28 at 4:30 PM – Jul 30 at 8 AM: Celebrate Mars Launch – NASA Retro Mission Patch Party
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Shuttle Atlantis
Maiden flight: Launch date: October 3, 1985 (STS-51-J)
Period: 1.5 hours
Launch site: Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex LC-39A
Landing date: October 7, 1985 at Edwards Air Force Base, Runway 23
Perigee altitude: 475 kilometres (295 mi)
Apogee altitude: 484 kilometres (301 mi)
Crew size: 5
Members: Karol J. Bobko, Ronald J. Grabe, David C. Hilmers, Robert L. Stewart, William A. Pailes
No. of missions‎: 33
Crew members‎: 207
Miles Traveled: 120,650,907 (32 flights, through STS-132)
Earth Orbits: 4,648 (32 flights, through STS-132)
Time in Space: 293 days, 18;29;37 (32 flights, through STS-132)
The last flight of the Atlantis was the final flight of NASA until this year. It was the STS-135 which flew July 8, 2011 to July 21, 2011.

Posted by Versatileer on Thursday, July 30, 2020

A recap and montage of the NASA Retro Mission Patch Party to follow!!

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