Endeavour (Space shuttle)

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The Endeavour Space Shuttle had its first flight in 1992 and was retired in 2011. It was named for the British HMS Endeavour, Captain James Cook's ship, on his first voyage of discovery (1768–1771). It flew 25 missions. Since its retirement Endeavour is housed at the California Science Center.
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referencedIn Records of Daniel S. Goldin, 1992 - 2001 United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn [AMNH flags] [realia]. American Museum of Natural History
referencedIn Space Shuttle Engineering Photographs of Launchings and Landings, 9/29/1981 - 7/26/2005 United States. National Archives and Records Administration
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hasMember Chang-Díaz, Franklin R., 1950- person
hasMember Dunbar, Bonnie J., 1949- person
hasMember Godwin, Linda person
hasMember Helms, Susan, 1958- person
hasMember Hoffman, Jeffrey A., 1944- person
hasMember Jemison, Mae, 1956- person
hasMember Jernigan, Tamara Elizabeth, 1959- person
hasMember Lee, Mark C., 1952- person
hasMember Low, G. David. person
hasMember Musgrave, Story, 1935- person
hasMember Reilly, James F., II, 1954- person
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hasMember Ross, Jerry Lynn, 1948- person
hasMember Thomas, Andrew (Andrew S. W.), 1951- person
hasMember Thornton, Kathryn, 1952- person
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hasMember Walker, David M. person
hasMember Wolf, David A., 1956- person
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Los Angeles CA US
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Space transportation system
Spacecraft
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