NASA's Last Space Shuttle Flights

NASA Flight Assignment Working Group (FAWG) Space Shuttle Planning Manifest 24 Feb 2006

Editor's note: NASA has published its latest update to its internal long range planning forecast for the remaining flights of America's Space Shuttle fleet - the last of which is STS-133 which is planned for launch in 2009.

Atlantis' last flight is shown as being in 2008.

Reader note: "The FAWG Shuttle schedule that you posted is way out of date. For example the earliest STS-115 launch date is August 28th and OV-105 will not fly until the Spring since the TPS workers were used on OV-103 and OV-104. The PRCB this Thursday is scheduled to discuss the next few launch dates."

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