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Monday, May 16, 2011

CNN: Endeavour ready for final mission

Even though there may be a lot of cheers and excitement filling the air when the Endeavour has a lift off, there will be equally as many hearts filled with melancholy upon its return due to the knowledge that the Endeavour will be grounded indefinitely.

From what I understood, there will be one more mission before all the systems are being shut down and after that, everyone will be left out in space as to what will happen next. The control stays on the ground, where they were in the first place anyway.

It is kind of sad though, because it signals the end of an era. Oh well, where one door closes, another one opens; I have no doubt the vacuum will be filled soon and anyone who believes otherwise might be living in another universe.

Let's not jump ahead however, but face reality; this endeavor has come to an end.

It is the final countdown!

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