(HOUSTON) -- “A fairly textbook docking by Commander Steve Lindsey and the STS-133 crew.”
That was the word from NASA’s Mission Control in Houston as space shuttle Discovery docked with the International Space Station at 2:14 p.m. ET Saturday for the 13th and final time.
The shuttle and its crew are scheduled to be there for a week to off-load supplies.
Discovery is set to be retired after the current mission.
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