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More: Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
More: USA - Florida, February 24, 2011
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) The Shuttle Discovery, NASA's flagship orbiter, heads into space for the 39th and final time February 24 at 4:50pm EST. STS-133 launched into a beautifully clear late-afternoon sky, taking to the space station Leonardo, formerly one of the two flown resuable Multipurpose Logistics Modules (MPLM) that visited the ISS on seven previous shuttle missions since 2001, and now converted into a permanent storage closet for the station known as the Pressurized Multipurpose Module (PMM). This was the last US-launch
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A visitor from - posted Wed March 2, 2011:
Awesome smoke!
Loving the atmosphere...

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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon February 28, 2011:
This would fit nice on the wall as a massive painting on the wall.
Awesome shot!

A visitor from - posted Sun February 27, 2011:
Good pic :)

This isn't the last US launch, there's one more scheduled April 19th so again there will be another photo op! :)

A visitor from United States posted Sun February 27, 2011:
Awesome power, and innovation. God bless NASA.

A visitor from - posted Sun February 27, 2011:
10-Star photo!!

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