Welcome to NASA's STS-126 Landing Blog
Space shuttle Endeavour landed at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in Calfornia on Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008, to end STS-126. Led by Commander Chris Ferguson, the crew of seven astronauts spent about 16 days in space installing new equipment in the International Space Station and re-supplying the orbiting laboratory. The mission's success sets the stage for a larger crew to move in in 2009.
Video highlights from the STS-126 landing are selected from televised coverage provided by NASA TV.
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Blog Updates: Steve Siceloff
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Video Production: Aly Lee
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