Space shuttle Discovery is closing out is distinguished career on STS-133. The spacecraft made history several times over during a 26-year career that included delivering NASA's Hubble Space Telescope orbit, hosting incredible satellite repair missions and helping build the International Space Station. Discovery also made two return-to-flight missions that cemented its place in space exploration lore. Some of the people who worked with and flew aboard space shuttle Discovery discuss the shuttle's influence on NASA and the world in terms of science, exploration and accomplishment. Astronauts Steve Lindsey, Bob Cabana and Janice Voss join launch directors Bob Sieck, Mike Leinbach and Discovery Flow Director Stephanie Stilson to discuss the shuttle's achievements.
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