Space Shuttle Simulator Returns to NASA for Demo

BUT space shuttle returned to NASA Johnson Space Center almost ten years after the last “flight.”

The shuttle, or more specifically the winged spaceship aerobatic deck simulator that gave astronauts the sensation of motion they would experience during launch and landing, returned to Houston nine years after the plan to return it to service collapsed. through. Volunteer team now is working on the preparation of the Motion Base simulator (or, as it was also called, the shuttle motion simulator) for permanent display at the Lone Star Flight Museum, located at nearby Ellington Airport.

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