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Jul 21


STS135-S-167 (21 July 2011) —- Xenon lights guide space shuttle  Atlantis down on the Shuttle Landing Facility’s Runway 15 at NASA’s  Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the final time. Securing the space  shuttle fleet’s place in history, Atlantis marked the 26th nighttime  landing of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program and the 78th landing at Kennedy.  Main gear touchdown was at 5:57:00 a.m. (EDT) on July 21, 2011,  followed by nose gear touchdown at 5:57:20 a.m., and wheelstop at  5:57:54 a.m. Onboard are NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson, STS-135  commander; Doug Hurley, pilot; Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim, both  mission specialists. On the 37th shuttle mission to the International  Space Station, STS-135 delivered more than 9,400 pounds of spare parts,  equipment and supplies in the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module  that will sustain station operations for the next year. STS-135 was the  33rd and final flight for Atlantis, which has spent 307 days in space,  orbited Earth 4,848 times and traveled 125,935,769 miles. Photo credit:  NASA


looking at these photos while listening to “The Commander Thinks Aloud” on repeat = not my best idea ever.

STS135-S-167 (21 July 2011) —- Xenon lights guide space shuttle Atlantis down on the Shuttle Landing Facility’s Runway 15 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the final time. Securing the space shuttle fleet’s place in history, Atlantis marked the 26th nighttime landing of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program and the 78th landing at Kennedy. Main gear touchdown was at 5:57:00 a.m. (EDT) on July 21, 2011, followed by nose gear touchdown at 5:57:20 a.m., and wheelstop at 5:57:54 a.m. Onboard are NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson, STS-135 commander; Doug Hurley, pilot; Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim, both mission specialists. On the 37th shuttle mission to the International Space Station, STS-135 delivered more than 9,400 pounds of spare parts, equipment and supplies in the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module that will sustain station operations for the next year. STS-135 was the 33rd and final flight for Atlantis, which has spent 307 days in space, orbited Earth 4,848 times and traveled 125,935,769 miles. Photo credit: NASA

looking at these photos while listening to “The Commander Thinks Aloud” on repeat = not my best idea ever.

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