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  • April 20, 2010 — The Space Shuttle Discovery lands at Cape Canaveral, completing a mission that lasted 15 days 2 hours, 47 min, 11 second. (NASA)
  • The orbiter Columbia, aboard its orbiter transporter system, rolls toward the opening in the Vehicle Assembly Building where it was mated with the external tank mating in preparation for mission STS-93. The primary mission objective was the deployment of the Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility, renamed the Chandra X-Ray Observatory. Mission STS-93 was the first led by a woman, Commander Eileen M. Collins. The mission launched on July 23, 1999.
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  • Saturn 1B on the 'Milk Stool'.
  • Gemini 7 launches on December 4, 1965. (NASA)
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  • Shuttle Discovery viewed from ISS. 🌎🚀
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  • A Black Brant IX sounding rocket launched from the Poker Flat Research Range in Alaska Jan. 19, carrying a mission to measure diffuse X-rays from the local galactic neighborhood. The flight was a success, and the science team is reviewing data. Read more: go.nasa.gov/2mUVOTU Credit: NASA/Allison Stancil
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  • SpaceX Daily on Instagram: “Beautiful top view of the Space Shuttle Atlantis in the VAB Vehicle Assembly Building. Found on @science_gear. Credit @nasa. #nasa…”
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  • Saturn V for the Apollo lunar missions
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  • || Space Shuttle Atlantis with the docking bay doors open
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  • From the Lovely Apollo Room': 50 Years Since Apollo 7 Brought America's Lunar Goal Closer (Part 3) By Ben Evans, on October 21st, 2018
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  • The longest Space Shuttle flight in program history begins at 10:53:10 a.m. EDT with a flawless liftoff from Launch Pad 39B. During the 14 day flight of STS-58 a seven member crew will study extensively the adaptation of the human body to the near-weightless environment of space. [1898 x 3000]
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