NASA Podcasts

STS-130: Endeavour Lands
02.21.10
 
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(Rumbling)

Kylie Clem/STS-130 Entry Commentator: Main gear touchdown. The landing gear is down and locked. Main gear touchdown. Pilot Terry Virts deploying the drag chute. Nose gear touchdown. Endeavour rolling out on runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center, wrapping up a 5.7 million mile-mission. Endeavour has completed its 24th mission and the 130th space shuttle mission. It was the 32nd to the International Space Station overall, Endeavour's 10th trip to the complex.

George Zamka/STS-130 Commander: Houston, Endeavour, wheelstop.

Rick Sturckow/STS-130 Capcom: Roger wheelstop, Endeavour. Welcome home. Congratulations to you and the crew on an outstanding mission, installing the Tranquility node and opening up the cupola's windows to the world.

George Zamka/STS-130 Commander: Well, Houston, it's great to be home. It was a great adventure.

Rick Sturckow/STS-130 Capcom: We copy, "Zambo." There are no immediate post-landing deltas. We'll meet you on page 5-3 of the entry checklist.

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