Sadly, the space shuttle Atlantis is making its final flight, maybe the final space voyage for many years to come.
By Steve Doyle
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 13, 3:02 am)
As these characters meekly appear on a computer screen, three men and a woman are flying above us in the space shuttle Atlantis, the last planned human voyage into space for perhaps this generation.
A program that has since President Kennedy’s manifest address in 1961 explored beyond the horizons, developed medical, technological and economic solutions that benefited mankind, that brought reality to the myths of our youth, could be left to dust.
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