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The Sciences

Last Shuttle night launch on February 7

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitJanuary 31, 2010 5:32 AM


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Speaking of NASA and the Shuttle, the last planned night launch of the Shuttle is scheduled for February 7 at 04:39 Eastern time (09:39 GMT). This will be a 13 day mission for Endeavour, which will install the Tranquility node, a connector, and a cupola to the ISS. After this, five more launches are planned, the last being in September.

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