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HTV-2 relocated to another ISS port.
In the evening of March 10, 2011 the HTV-2 Japanese cargo spacecraft was relocated to another ISS port.
Working from the station's windowed cupola, Expedition 26 crew members Scott Kelly, Cady Coleman and Paolo Nespoli maneuvered the station's 58-foot robotic arm to return the HTV-2 spacecraft from the space-facing to Earth-facing port on the Harmony node.
The Japanese spacecraft is scheduled to depart the station March 28 and burn up in the atmosphere.
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Discovery (STS-133) landed.
On March 9, 2011 at 16:57 UTC American Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-133 flight) landed at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida completing its 39th and final flight.
The crew of 6 astronauts (Steven Lindsey, Eric Boe, Benjamin Drew, Michael Barratt, Stephen Bowen, Nicole Stott) spent in space 12 days, 19 hours, 03 minutes and 53 seconds.
With only two more missions left on NASA's shuttle manifest -- a flight by Endeavour in April and a final voyage by Atlantis in late June -- Discovery's landing marked the beginning of the end for the world's most complex -- and expensive to operate -- manned space vehicle.
The STS-133mission was the 39th and final flight for Discovery, which ... Read more »
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