There was stark symbolism in the night time landing of the space shuttle Atlantis early today in Florida. As Atlantis came down in the darkness, ending 30 years of shuttle missions, the entire American space program also went into the dark. No one can say for sure when the sun will rise on it again.
NASA is getting ready to retire its fleet of Space Shuttle orbiters, and cities all over the country are stepping up their political and public relations efforts to get one of them to put on public display. Houston may or may not get one of them. Politics could keep it from happening.
The space shuttle Discovery has flown its last mission, but it's not going to disappear into a storage hangar anywhere. NASA says Discovery will go to a very public place where it will be on display for years to come.
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