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Discovery sits like a ship out of water never to sail the -- of space again.
The most traveled orbiters last flight was in March.
Final journey view one way ride.
The Smithsonian's air and space museum in DC very -- -- about -- worked on the most of years out here in this one for workers prepping discovery this is a bittersweet mission.
Normally -- possible flight safety after us now processing for the safety of the general public that still rate responsive and we got a close -- look inside.
From above into the payload bay.
The mid -- -- nooks and crannies.
And in some tight quarters.
This is the actual flight deck where the commanders sit here and the pilot sits over here on this side in this tiny compartment and other two astronauts will fit in here.
Before discovery goes on display a lot of parts come off like three main engine.
The large black -- who go back on the from the outside it will look ready for launch so when you put it back you know -- -- all the way back around them.
On the back end it looked like two engines don't exactly just -- other parts may eventually get three views herself -- -- sign.
Engineers can study -- they've been in space for so long.
With a fine line for us in.
As an agency to say okay what do you wanna take off the vehicle verses -- because obviously Smithsonian like it is quite like as we can get it to them and so we're bouncing that the best that we can.
Even without another launch -- still worked tirelessly getting discovery ready this time -- its place in history more chance to tell that story.
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