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Post-script: A farewell to Discovery

Photo by Stephen TrimbleWatching the Discovery riding piggy-back aboard an equally ancient 747 over the Potomac River this morning was moving, especially after it was gone. It felt like seeing the last of something. NASA's space shuttle came from the...
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