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Space Shuttle Discovery

space shuttle orbiter
Space Shuttle Discovery taking off on the STS-41 mission

Space Shuttle Discovery (OV-103) is the third space shuttle run by NASA. It has flew more missions than any orbiter. It is named after RRS Discovery. It was retired on 9 March 2011. It has spent one year (365 days) in space. It is now on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C.[1]

GalleryEdit

Tribute and mission insignasEdit

NASA Orbiter Tribute for Space Shuttle Discovery
Mission insignia for Discovery flights
STS-41-D
STS-51-A
STS-51-C
STS-51-D
STS-51-G
STS-51-I
STS 26
STS 29
STS 33
STS 31
STS 41
STS 39
STS 48
STS 42
STS 53
STS 56
STS 51
STS 60
STS 64
STS 63
STS 70
STS 82
STS 85
STS 91
STS 95
STS 96
STS 103
STS 92
STS 102
STS 105
STS 114
STS 121
STS 116
STS 120
STS 124
STS 119
STS 128
STS 131
STS 133

ReferencesEdit

Space Shuttle Overview: Discovery (OV-103)

  1. "BBC News - Space shuttle Endeavour rolls through Los Angeles". bbc.co.uk. October 14, 2012. Retrieved October 15, 2012.