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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Nicole Stott
Space shuttle Discovery soared around the Washington Monument and the White House in a salute to the nation's capital Tuesday before landing for the last time near its new museum home.
The six astronauts on Discovery's final flight are making space shuttle history. One never expected to be on board.
NASA moved closer Tuesday to sending space shuttle Discovery on its final voyage after a nearly four-month delay.
"Smiling on the outside," she said in a tweet. "DC bound. Take great care of her!"
"There's no denying the sadness associated with it," said Stott, who was on Discovery's last crew.