Watch video of space shuttle Endeavour landing
Wednesday 01 June 2011
The American space shuttle Endeavour completed its final flight on June 1, 2011. Footage of the space shuttle's safe landing at the Kennedy Space Center has been made available for members of the public to watch on line by NASA.
The space shuttle landed at 2:35am EST. Watch the landing on NASA's site at http://1.usa.gov/iN3BWF.
The crew's final mission was delivering the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer' to the international space station. Over the course of the space shuttle's lifetime Endeavour orbited the Earth 4,671 times and traveled a total distance of 122,883,151 miles (197,761,262 km).
On the video the ground crew at the Kennedy Space Center can be heard welcoming the astronauts and the shuttle home with the words "122 million miles flown during 25 challenging space flights. Your landing ends a vibrant legacy for this vehicle that will long be remembered. Welcome home, Endeavour."
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