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Space Shuttle: Quiz


Question 1:
What is Space Shuttle's current status?
Active service, in production
Active service with the PRC
Active as production unit

Question 2: Though design and construction of the Space Shuttle began in the early 1970s, conceptualization actually began two decades earlier, even before the ________ of the 1960s.
NASAConstellation programSpace RaceApollo program

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Space Shuttle wing cutaway
  OV-101 Enterprise takes flight for the first time over Dryden Flight Research Facility, Edwards, California in 1977 as part of the Shuttle program's Approach and Landing Tests (ALT).
  The afterglow from STS 119 with colors varying from white to orange.
  Space Shuttle program insignia

Question 4: ________ 1995-2001
Boeing X-51Lockheed Martin X-33Boeing X-40Boeing X-37

Question 5: [55] SpaceX will use its ________ launch vehicle and Dragon spacecraft.
Ares IFalcon 1Space ShuttleFalcon 9

Question 6:
What company manufactures Space Shuttle?
Samsung Electronics and Bang & Olufsen
Custom Coasters International
Lockheed Martin, u2013

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Space Shuttle drawing
  Shuttle launch of Atlantis at sunset in 2001. The sun is behind the camera, and the plume's shadow intersects the moon across the sky.
  Space Shuttle Atlantis lifts off from Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on the STS-132 mission to the International Space Station at 2:20 p.m. EDT on May 14. The last scheduled flight of Atlantis before it is retired.

Question 8: Early shuttle missions took along the GRiD Compass, arguably one of the first ________ computers.
Personal computerLaptopNetbookTablet PC

Question 9: The orbiter can also recover satellites and other payloads from orbit and return them to ________.

Question 10: The Space Shuttle is a 1970s-era ________[27] and has received many upgrades and modifications since then for improvements ranging from performance and reliability to safety.
Space explorationSpacecraftSpace RaceSpaceflight


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