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February 25th, 2011
07:09 AM ET
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  1. liya

    I would love to fly outer space! I find it most devastating that the this is the last Discovery Shuttle to launch and there's only a limited of trips left! I'm a college student who has always and will continue to admire the fascination of our galaxy, the creation of our world, the many wonders out there in space that we may never reach. I've always dreamed about going outer space and experiencing this first hand, but it hurts to know that I may never be given that chance. If the next shuttle allowed a student to board the flight I would most definitely do anything I could to make sure I was given that opportunity.

    I've studied the wonders of our Earth, the many stars and all the planets hoping to see it in person. The closest I've gotten were in my dreams. Despite the fact the final mission is in April, I will continue to dream that I will still be a part of the trip.

    February 26, 2011 at 6:08 pm |
  2. john joyce

    it's hard to believe that cnn makes jokes about moammer quadaffi (saturday night live etc.) and then reports on the 1000 people he has killed. it doesn't seem to make sense.

    February 26, 2011 at 7:21 pm |
  3. Seattle_

    I found the right place now. Question for Bill Nye. If the vessel has cracked... Can the steam from sea water carry radiation to the US in the jet stream. If the vessel cracked could this be significant over a matter of days,

    March 13, 2011 at 8:18 pm |

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