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[i]Discovery[/i] is expected to land at Washington Dulles International Airport on April 17 and transfer to the Udvar-Hazy Center on April 19. Join us to launch Space Shuttle Discovery on its new mission to educate and inspire!
Activities related to the arrival of Discovery — including a fly-over — have not been finalized at this time. Information on arrival activities, including public events and opportunities, will be released at a later date.
Discovery, the champion of the space shuttle fleet, associated with major historic, scientific and technological achievements, will be the first of the flown space shuttles to go on display.
Exact details will become available in the next few weeks. Check back [URL=http://airandspace.si.edu/collections/discovery.cfm]here[/URL] for updates.
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Please note that arrival activities are weather contingent and will be rescheduled in the event of inclement conditions.
For those participating from a distance, many of the activities will be available for viewing on TV or the web. Details coming soon.
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