NASA postpones the landing of ''Atlantis'' at Kennedy Space Center due to inclement weather, prolonging STS-117 for another day. NASA states that it can extend the mission until June 24 if necessary.
- Space Shuttle ''Atlantis'' lands safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California after inclement weather had prevented its programmed landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, ending STS-117.
- Space Shuttle ''Atlantis'' rolls out to launchpad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in preparation for the STS-117 mission to the International Space Station. The rollout is the second for the mission, as ''Atlantis'''s External Tank was damaged during a hailstorm on February 26, leading to the shuttle being rolled back to the Vehicle Assembly Building for repairs.
- Space Shuttle Atlantis lands at the Kennedy Space Center, concluding its final mission and marking the end of the 30-year Space Shuttle program.
- NASA astronauts on board ''Atlantis'' complete the final spacewalk of the Space Shuttle era, recouping an ammonia pump on the International Space Station (ISS).
- NASA's Space Shuttle ''Endeavour'' successfully launches from the Kennedy Space Center in the U.S. state of Florida on its final mission.
- Space Shuttle ''Atlantis'' completes its final scheduled mission after landing at Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
- NASA launches Space Shuttle ''Atlantis'' on STS-129 at 1928 UTC (2:28pm EST), bringing supplies and the first two ExPRESS Logistics Carriers to the International Space Station.
- Ares I-X, the first test article for NASA's Ares I rocket, launches successfully from Launch Complex 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on a sub-orbital test flight.
- The Space Shuttle ''Atlantis'' prepares to land at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, United States.
- NASA reveals that Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center sustained unusual amounts of damage during the launch of STS-124. They are unsure what caused the damage, but are certain it will not cause any delay for the next launch, STS-125, in October.