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Shuttle "Endeavor" landed at Cape Canaveral.. / August 3, 2009 /

Shuttle «Endeavor» Friday, July 31, landed at the cosmodrome at Cape Canaveral in Florida. Shuttle landing shows in a live television CNN. Space shuttle sat at 18:48 Moscow time, as scheduled.

On board «Endeavor» are seven astronauts, including a Japanese Koichi Vakata, who spent several months on the ISS. Instead, he stayed at NASA astronaut Timothy copra (Timothy Kopra).

Shuttle mission lasted 16 days, 11 of which «Endeavor» was Docked to ISS. Shuttle Crew committed five EVAs in open space. Astronauts replaced the batteries the International Space Station, to mount a last segment of the Japanese laboratory module «Kibo» and found him a video camera, and joined the station tie-bar to perform experiments outside the station.

During the third exit into space with one of the astronauts — Chris Cassidy (Chris Cassidy) — to raise the level of carbon dioxide in the system life-suit. Space walk had to be adjourned early.

Shuttle undocked from the station on 28 July. Start the space shuttle on 16 July. Due to bad weather conditions Skyttel managed to run only from the sixth attempt.

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