STS-134: Space Shuttle Endeavour’s last Mission

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The best of the best, it’s a compilation of the featured moments captured by NASA Television during the mission of Endeavour and its six-man crew to the International Space Station.

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  1. I was at this launch and on NASA property and was not a happy camper when clouds moved in at the last minute so we were only able to see the shuttle for about 15 seconds before she went into the clouds.

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  5. 40:00 Bit of a double take when NASA was congratulating Michael Fincke on his duration record of 377 days, as Valery Polyakov had already spent 438 days in space prior to this. Similar to the NASA marketing about Scott Kelly's (340 day) 'records' a few years ago. Non-American human records do not seem to count in US corporate governance land. Nice to see the self awareness and humility/respect in Mike's response here!

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