An epilogue to the Space Shuttle program, in pictures
The Space Shuttle Discovery took off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida this morning (bolted somewhat dramatically on top of a 747)  en route to its final home — the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, Virginia. Click the picture above for a small slideshow, provided by the Guardian.
Picture originally taken by Jonathan Ernst, Reuters.

An epilogue to the Space Shuttle program, in pictures

The Space Shuttle Discovery took off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida this morning (bolted somewhat dramatically on top of a 747)  en route to its final home — the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, Virginia. Click the picture above for a small slideshow, provided by the Guardian.

Picture originally taken by Jonathan Ernst, Reuters.

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