Sunday, November 30, 2008

Endeavour Landing

This is the sky of Orlando this afternoon. It rained and even have Tornado warnings in some areas. That is why, Endeavour decided to land in California. The shuttle glided to a smooth landing at the backup site at Edwards Air Force Base today after aborting its first landing attempt due to dangerously high winds and a stormy sky.
Endeavour and it's 7 astronauts were returning from a 16-day "home-improvement" mission at the International Space Station (ISS). How much does it cost NASA to detour the landing of Endeavour? It is wooping 2 million dollars. Wheww...bad weather!

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