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Discovery has docked with the ISS.. / February 28, 2011 /

February 26 at 14:14 EDT (22:14 Moscow time) space shuttle Discovery docked with the International Space Station, reportedly at NASA.

The docking was successful in manual mode. Approximately two hours later arrived at the station specialists leave the shuttle and will be a traditional welcoming ceremony.

On the Discovery astronauts arrived Stephen Lindsey, Eric, Bo, Alvin Drew, Stephen Bowen, Michael Barratt and Nicole Stott reminds agency ITAR-TASS. They have worked in the 26 th ISS until March 5.

This is the 13th docked Discovery to the ISS and its 39-second and last flight. NASA plans to completely collapse the shuttle program in April 2011, when his last flew on Endeavour.

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