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It's the last landing day for Discovery, NASA's most traveled space shuttle, which returns to Earth today to cap a 27-year spaceflight career before heading to a museum.
Discovery and its crew are scheduled to land here at NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 11:57 a.m. EST (1657 GMT). They will touch down on the same runway where, just over two weeks ago, Discovery's six astronauts arrived to begin the orbiter's final journey into space. [Photos of Discovery's Final Mission]
Discovery's STS-133 mission will end when the shuttle's wheels roll to a stop for the last time, capping a pro