Have you ever wanted to be an astronaut?
The opportunity is closer than ever for members of the public to take a trip into space. Retired astronaut Jeff Ashby will present 'The View from Space...Be an Astronaut' at Laramie County Community College on Thursday, October 25, at 7 p.m. The event is free and will be held in the Union Pacific Centennial Room inside LCCC's Center for Conferences and Inst
Space Shuttle Enterprise Arrives at Intrepid Museum (YouTube)
The Enterprise has gone where no space shuttle has gone before, it landed this week on an aircraft carrier in New York.
The original orbiter is now on display at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum floating aboard the retired Navy vessel...
Around Cheyenne, we see and hear the C-130's flying overhead, in Washington D.C. yesterday crowds were thrilled to see the Space Shuttle Discovery atop a modified 747 flying around the nation's Capitol.
For 45-minutes yesterday, April 17, the pair flew past iconic sights like the Washington Monument, the White House and the Smithsonian's original Air and Space Museum.
Space Shuttle Discovery was h
Space shuttle Atlantis landed at Cape Canaveral in the pre-dawn hours on Thursday, ending the 30-year NASA program.
The shuttle fleet has kept U.S. astronauts flying to a from orbit longer than any other rocketship.
During their 13-day mission Atlantis delivered a year's worth of supplies to the International Space Station. The payload included 2,677 pounds of food and 9,400 pounds of spare parts.
Where were you on the evening of July 20, 1969?
If you were around that night, chances are you were watching Neil Armstrong take the first steps on the moon.
Last night I was eating a roast beef sandwich and to me, Arby's and Apollo 11 always go together. The Summer of 1969 we were taking a family vacation to Mesa Verde in southwestern Colorado. We were driving back home through Denver and stopped
It’s the photo they waited 30 years to take.
Chris Bray and his father attended the first space shuttle launch back in 1981 — and the last, just a few weeks ago. Bray posted a link to the photo on Reddit on Monday and the reaction was immediate — almost 600 comments have been left thus far, and various media outlets have picked up the story...
The final space shuttle lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida this morning despite the heavy cloud cover and threat of rain.
Atlantis blasted off just after eleven a.m. (mountain time) carrying a crew of four. This is the smallest shuttle crew since 1983, the size was limited because a smaller Russian Soyuz rocket would need to be used for a rescue vehicle.
The crew consists of commander Chris
NASA Commander Mark Kelly at U2 Concert (YouTube)
U2 played May 21st at Invesco Field at Mile High in Denver to kick off the current leg of their 360 Tour, were you there?
The Irish rockers had some surprises for the crowd at Qwest Field in Seattle recently...
Did you see Endeavour's final landing? As KING FM's "Special Space Correspondent" I forced myself to stay up late and cover the event.
Space Shuttle Endeavour returned with it's six-astonaut crew in a middle-of-the-night landing at Cape Canaveral this morning...