NASA’s Atlantis space shuttle is set to launch on July 9th, embarking on NASA’s final launch of its own spacecraft. The final mission will last for 12 days, and should be visible to the naked eye depending on its orbit. NASA is retiring its fleet as the United States funnels investments to private companies for the creation of future spacecraft. Read the full article at NationalGeographic.com
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