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STS-135 Shuttle Mission Imagery
The space shuttle flight control room of the Mission Control Center
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JSC2011-E-068256 (21 July 2011) --- In the space shuttle flight control room of the Mission Control Center at NASA's Johnson Space Center, NASA managers applaud the successful end to the Space Shuttle Program as Atlantis landed on a runway several hundred miles away in Florida. From left to right are NASA astronaut Barry Wilmore (in red shirt), STS-135 spacecraft communicator or CAPCOM; Tony Ceccacci, entry flight director for the mission, Stephen Koerner, deputy director for JSC's mission operations directorate; Paul Hill, director of mission operations; and Yusef Johnson from Ascent/Descent Flight Design. Photo credit: NASA

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