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Discovery's last voyage as seen from below

A dramatic image of the shuttle flying over the Washington Monument gets the Instagram treatment. (Credit: Ethan Klapper) It wasn't an everyday sight. Hitched to the back of a NASA 747 jumbo jet, the Shuttle Discovery today made its final flight, headed from Florida's Kennedy Space Center to Dulles International Airport en route to its new home at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Steven F.
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