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Aerial view of Space Shuttle Discovery over Earth Poster

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40" x 27" $24 $32 $57 $202 $159
48" x 32" $32 $42 $78 $271 $239

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Aerial view of Space Shuttle Discovery over Earth Poster

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This is a printable version of space shuttle Discovery's orbiter tribute, or OV 099, which hangs in Firing Room 4 of the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Shuttle mission STS 121 launch, from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA. Mission STS 121 (4 17 July 2006) was flown by the Space Shuttle Discovery. A crew of seven travelled to the International S
The space shuttle Discovery begins its return journey to Kennedy Space Center in Florida on the back of NASA's B 747. STS 114 landed at Edwards AFB, necessitating the piggy back ride on the 747.