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First Launch and Landing of the Space Shuttle

First Launch and Landing of the Space Shuttle
STS-1, flown by Space Shuttle Columbia, was the first shuttle to ever make it into space. It was launched on April 12 1981, and returned to Earth 14 April after 37 orbits in 54.5 hours.


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Posted by pdPete on April 16, 2011
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