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"Endeavor" undocked from the ISS. / July 29, 2009 /

At 21:26 Moscow time Tuesday (13:26 Eastern Daylight Time) Skyttel «Endeavor» undocked from the International Space Station and began a flight to the Earth, which will last about three days, reported at NASA.

Landing the Shuttle at the cosmodrome at Cape Canaveral in Florida is expected on 31 July at 18:45 Moscow time (10:45 local). If the plant «Endeavor» Florida did not succeed, NASA has prepared a spare landing strip at the U.S. Air Force «Edwards» California, as well as missile testing range at White Sands, New Mexico, said agency ITAR-TASS.

On board «Endeavor», which stayed within the ISS for 11 days, there are seven. During the mission, the crew made a five EVAs in open space and met the main goals assigned to it.

It clarifies the ITAR-Tass, the flight schedule «Endeavor» crossing with the schedule of the Russian cargo ship «Progress», which is due to arrive at the ISS on Wednesday, so to prepare for removing astronauts had a very short period of time.

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