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NASA Human Spaceflight Programs

Mercury - Learn about the first U.S. program for human spaceflight.

Gemini - Gemini expanded our knowledge of spaceflight and included longer missions in zero gravity.

Apollo - Check out the exciting story of how we got to the Moon!

Skylab - The 1973 mission demonstrated that humans could live and work in space for extended periods of time.

Apollo-Soyuz - Find out about the dramatic rendezvous and docking that was the first international human spaceflight mission.

Space Shuttle - Check out the Shuttle's current manifest, archival materials, a bibliography of research works, and more!

International Space Station - Information on ISS; largely focuses on the present and future.

"NASA'S Space Station Program: Evolution and Current Status" testimony before the House Science Committee by Congressional Research Service analyst Marcia Smith. This document is an excellent, concise summary.

Expedition One Commander's Logs - Read Bill Shepherd's personal logs of the historic time aboard the ISS.

Space Suits - A Collection of useful NASA and contractor documents on the evolution of space suits from project Mercury to the Shuttle.

Steve Garber, NASA History Web Curator

For further information email histinfo@hq.nasa.gov

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