Space Shuttle Discovery Launched

By Meera Dolasia on October 23, 2007

Space shuttle Discovery blasted off the launch pad at Cape Canaveral on October 24th 2007, at 11.38 in the morning. 

This is the shuttle's 23rd flight to the International Space Station. The crew of seven astronauts on board will install a new module, which in turn, will allow the addition of new European and Japanese space laboratories on upcoming missions.

To watch video of the launch click below

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  • krish10
    krish104/8/2014
    Wow!
    • doctorwhorocks
      thats cool
      • kiwi123
        kiwi1234/8/2014
        wow i wish i was there
        • anmol
          anmol4/3/2014
          wow
          • callum909
            callum9093/10/2014
            i look gooooooooooooooooood
            • ?????2/19/2014
              wowzy
              • kuegelj
                kuegelj1/9/2014
                koolio
                • emilyflame789
                  emilyflame78912/17/2013
                  Wow, cool!
                  • bestreader
                    bestreader4/3/2014
                    i now right is really cool
                  • that cool guy12/1/2013
                    kool
                    • Brianna10/9/2013
                      Awesome

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