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February 24, 2011

Live Video: Watch Space Shuttle Discovery’s Final Launch

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Watch the last scheduled launch of Space Shuttle Discovery hosted by Miles O’Brien via Spaceflight Now, and chat about it in real time via Facebook below. Liftoff of mission STS-133 is scheduled for 4:50pm EST.



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  • Well, let’s piss a few million more away playing space cadets on do nothing missions via a do nothing NASA that should be eliminated. Hey…can you send some zero gravity pics? .. that keeps the public interested.

    Go educate or feed an American with the cash you pee away NASA.