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March 9, 2011

Live Video: Space Shuttle Discovery Lands for the Last Time

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Watch the last scheduled de-orbiting and landing of Space Shuttle Discovery from Spaceflight Now and chat about it in real time via Facebook below.

Touch-down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida is expected at 11:58am ET, with a second attempt possible at 1:34pm ET should the first be delayed. Weather conditions are expected to be clear.

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  • Anonymous

    thanks for the amazing coverage. Tear in the eye. Fantastic pictures. Goodby Discovery.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for amazing pictures. Goodby Discovery. Well done!

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for amazing pictures. Goodby Discovery. Well done!

  • Anonymous

    Great coverage. Well done and goodby Discovery.