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STS-61-B

NASA Live: Official Stream of NASA TV

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Tell Me A Story: Eye-Opening Experience on STS-83

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Space shuttle Atlantis launches for last time

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STS-125 EVA Video

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Atlantis Launches On Space Program's Final Mission

STS-61-B was NASA's 23rd Space Shuttle mission, and its second using Space Shuttle Atlantis. The shuttle was launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on 26 November 1985. During STS-61-B, the shuttle crew deployed three communications satellites, and tested techniques of constructing structures in orbit. Atlantis landed at Edwards Air Force Base, California, at 16:33 EST on 3 December 1985, after 6 days and 21 hours in orbit.
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