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*LIVE FEED* STS-135, Last Mission Of The Space Shuttle


*LIVE FEED* STS-135, Last Mission Of The Space Shuttle
Space Shuttle Atlantis has been launched successfully! This morning it lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center, ushering in the end of the space shuttle program. Watch the live feed here of the ongoing mission.

Click here for details of this final mission and the future of Americas manned space program.

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Posted by nova on July 8, 2011
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Posted by nova on July 8, 2011 at 8:42 am
We have liftoff! May this mission be a complete success for the astronauts and Humanity itself.

A recorded video of the launch will be posted within the hour.
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