Space shuttle Discovery will tomorrow undock from the International Space Station ahead of a scheduled return to Kennedy Space Center at 13:44 EDT (17:44 GMT) on Saturday. Mission specialist Joseph Acaba during yesterday's spacewalk The shuttle's STS-119 mission to deliver and fit the final solar arrays to the orbiting outpost …
But the really important question is...
Will Spacebat return with them?
Paris. Because she knows all about getting a free ride.
Does this mean that each astronaut that visits the ISS will be forced to drink several pints of tea before blasting off so as to ensure enough drinking water for all?
Visible tonight at 19:33 from UK
Clear skies permitting.
Rising 10 degrees above west, setting 10 degrees above east south east.
With a pair of bins, you may even see the shuttle after separation.
Coming back so soon because they're fed up with the ISS residents taking the piss perhaps?
Paris, hey, I've got a headache, massage me...
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