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Pictures of Shuttle Launch
Patrick and Lacey Leaving a Note For the Last
Launch date: Projected for July 8, 2011 at 11:26 a.m. Landing date: Projected for July 20, 2011 at 7:06 a.m.
after a 12-day mission Landing site: Projected for
Kennedy Space Center Crew: Commander Christopher
Ferguson (3), Pilot Douglas Hurley (2), Sandra Magnus (3), Rex
Walheim (3) Of interest: This is the final mission of
the shuttle program. The mission was born out of the fact
that Atlantis is being prepped as the rescue mission for
STS-134, and Congress passed a bill to convert the
already-prepped for launch shuttle into a full-fledged
mission. The crew of four will be the smallest shuttle crew on a
mission to the ISS, but since the mission is to bring more
supplies, less crew makes for more space. Also, the crew of
four can be rescued by a Soyuz craft in case of emergency.
This is the 37th mission to the ISS.