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The Space Shuttle Discovery Captivates Thousands on its Final Journey [GALLERY]

As I mentioned yesterday, the Space Shuttle Discovery took its scheduled final flight today to its final resting place at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C.

Just before landing, Discovery, which was piggybacked on a 747, provided ten’s of thousands of people a unique sight as the plane and shuttle circled the nations capital.  This also gave the opportunity for photographers to take some one of a kind pictures, I’ve gone through and picked some of my favorite shots of the day, enjoy.

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