Discovery Launches Final Mission

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The Discovery space shuttle successfully made its final liftoff marking the 39th time it entered space. The crew of six astronauts will spend 11 days delivering repair items for the International Space Station. The Discovery has logged over 150 million miles and is one of NASA’s most historic shuttles. Read the full article at ComputerWorld.com

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