On June 01, 2011 the "Endeavour” American Space Shuttle (STS-134) landed on runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA.
The shuttle’s touchdown was at 06:34:51 UTC. The full stop was at 06:35:36 UTC.
Mark Kelly, Gregory Johnson, Andrew Feustel, Edward Michael Fincke, Gregory Chamitoff, Roberto Vittori (Italy) returned to Earth.
Endeavour delivered the station's premier science experiment, Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer particle detector, and a pallet of spare parts intended to tide over the orbital outpost after the shuttle program ends. The crew conducted four spacewalks during the mission, including one that lasted more than eight hours - the sixth-longest spacewalk in history.
The flight lasted 15 days, 17 hours, 38 minutes and 23 seconds. It was the 25th flight as well as the final flight of Endeavour.
The spacecraft's last journey will take it to the California Science Center in Los Angeles.