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Topic - Sandra Magnus
Atlantis and four astronauts returned from the International Space Station in triumph Thursday, bringing an end to NASA's 30-year shuttle journey with one last, rousing touchdown that drew cheers and tears.
The astronauts making NASA's last shuttle flight gave up their off-duty time Sunday and finished packing up their gigantic suitcase for the ride home.
The space shuttle Atlantis soared from Earth one last time Friday morning, carrying four astronauts on a final, unforgettable ride.
Four astronauts are taking space shuttle Atlantis for one last spin _ the very last one of the 30-year space shuttle era.
America's longest space-flying streak ends this week with the smallest crew in decades _ three men and a woman who were in high school and college when the first space shuttle soared 30 years ago.
The four astronauts assigned to NASA's last space shuttle flight can't seem to escape all the fuss and hubbub.
"We're full," reported astronaut Sandra Magnus. "Everybody pitched in."
Magnus said the crew picked the song "to dedicate to the whole shuttle work force in celebration of everything that you've accomplished over the years."