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Visitors flocked to the Kennedy Space Center to say -- final farewells to the shuttle discovery before its last departure the last -- going to be watching BM.
Watching -- the beach.
Is there when they -- the -- five -- we're looking forward to tip back then I get a little teary.
-- up half a history headed to its final home the retired shuttle discovery rolled out of the vehicle assembly building this morning and is being placed.
Atop this modified 747.
Jumbo jet it's bittersweet I know a lot of people in the space program in Iran.
Given this this there hadn't armed with cameras and cell phones to capture that piece of history the bills on the discovery tour took -- -- -- for the last time.
I've been photographing -- -- since 1987.
-- For over twenty years and I've gotten some really good pitches and they -- the grind staffs of Melbourne safer than it's not a goodbye it's more -- next time.
I would want to see discovery but we'll see -- here and all right on site and so that's it was going to be a part of it Emma get to Washington DC to go to Smithsonian I think it can't.
As for viewing the final fly by officials at the Kennedy Space Center visitors complex say there's a couple different ways to catch it.
Working with NASA we were able to provide this opportunity for -- to see the shuttle landing facility for themselves and watches discovery flies out.
There also be viewing of the fly out from the visitor complex in the rocket garden.
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