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Discovery successfully landed in Florida.. / April 21, 2010 /

Space Shuttle Discovery landed in Florida, according to the official site of NASA.

Initially, the shuttle was supposed to sit in the Monday, April 19, 2010, but due to bad weather (rain and cloud cover) the landing was postponed first to Tuesday morning, and then in the evening. Discovery sat down at 17:09 Moscow time.

Shuttle Discovery set to the ISS April 5, 2010. He brought to the station equipment, as well as the tank with ammonia, and later mounted on the outer surface of the station.

The original mission of the shuttle was supposed to last 13 days, but due to damage to the shuttle antenna held in orbit a day longer. From the ISS shuttle Discovery undocked April 17, 2010. On board the shuttle returned to Earth seven crew members, including three women.

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