Thursday, July 21, 2011

Shuttle Atlantis the End of an Era

In approximately 6 min. and 45 seconds, the shuttle Atlantis will touch down for the last time. It is approximately 5:51 a.m. in the morning and I am waiting to hear the Sonic Boom from Atlantis. I witnessed the launch of Atlantis approximately 13 days ago along with 1 million other people and it was very exciting. Presently, the twin sonic booms have just woke up the people of Central Florida for the last time. Atlantis is now in it's final moments of flight approaching the Kennedy Space Center. Commander Chris Ferguson is now guiding Atlantis in for its final landing and the the spaceship is now 1 min. before touchdown the landing gear. Right now, Atlantis is down and locked in place nose gear touchdown and the Atlantis has touchdown for the last time. This is the end of an era for Shuttle Program of NASA.

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