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Space Station
December 13, 1998: Spacewalkers Wrap Up Station's Initial Outfitting
December 11, 1998: Astronauts Start Work Inside Units of Station
December 10, 1998: Astronauts Install Antennas on Station
December 8, 1998: Hooking Up a 'Nervous System'
December 7, 1998: U.S., Russian Modules Are Linked in Orbit
December 6, 1998: Astronauts Hoist Unity Connector
December 5, 1998: Endeavour Begins Mission to Assemble Space Station
November 21, 1998: Russia Lifts Cornerstone of Space Station Into Place
November 18, 1998: Countdown to a New Era in Space
November 18, 1998: Russians Beg, Borrow and Deal
September 21, 1998: NASA Wants to Bail Out Russian Space Agency
April 10, 1997: NASA Delays Start of Space Station
December 6, 1996: Funding Crisis to Delay Occupation of Space Station
January 31, 1996: U.S.-Russian Team Set for Space Station

John Glenn Returns to Space

October 25, 1998: Glenn Goes on a Sentimental Journey
October 14, 1998: Suited for Space
October 13, 1998: John Glenn, Hero; Guinea Pig
October 8, 1998: John Glenn: The Second Time Around
January 17, 1998: NASA: Second Liftoff for First American to Orbit Earth
January 16, 1998: Glenn Is Cleared to Become Oldest Man in Spaceflight
February 21, 1997: Four-Term Sen. Glenn to Reenter Private Life
February 20, 1997: Mike McCurry Discusses Glenn's Retirement

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Apollo 11

From the Magazine: Armstrong's Code
From Horizon: Man on the Moon

Space News and Features

October 1, 1999: Mystery of Orbiter Crash Solved
Sept. 24, 1999: Spacecraft Appears Lost Over Red Planet

July 19, 1999: NASA Readies X-Ray Telescope for Space Special Report: Understanding Satellites

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