Space Shuttle Discovery’s Final Launch

Discovery, known as the workhorse of the fleet, is stained and streaked with age. It has flown more missions and carried more crew members than any other shuttle. It was the return-to-flight shuttle after both the Columbia and Challenger disasters.

Image Credit: Dan Winters


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