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Topic - Tony Ceccacci
There was no crying in Mission Control.
On the eve of NASA's historic, wheel-stopping end to the shuttle program, the four astronauts making the final journey and the flight controllers who will guide them home said Wednesday they're starting to feel a rush of emotions.
"Hopefully, I can get through this," Ceccacci said, launching into a speech to his colleagues and others over NASA airwaves.
Before giving the final command to order Atlantis to fire its engines to come home, flight director Tony Ceccacci turned to his colleagues and told them: "Time to make our Mommas proud."