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  • Allison Hartley

    The space shuttle Discovery flew her last mission on Tuesday. Space Shuttle Discovery flies over US Capitol building in Washington DC. Photograph: Win McNamee/Getty Images The fleet leader of Nasa's three surviving shuttles, Discovery did not return to space this week. Instead the shuttle, which flew its last spaceflight in March 2011, took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida just after dawn, strapped to the back of a Boeing 747.

  • Debbie / Deebi

    Space Shuttle Discovery, mounted atop a 747 shuttle carrier aircraft, flies over the U.S. Capitol during a flyover of the nation's capital on its final trip to its retirement place April 17, in Washington, DC

  • David Howell

    Over the White House. Does the flaking paint on the WHITE HOUSE bother anyone besides me?

  • Nicolas Liu

    Discovery space shuttle circles the sky over Washington on last voyage. Photo Gallery: http://nbcnews.to/HQevi7 Photo credit: Win Mcnamee / Getty Images

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