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August 16th, 2011
10:15 AM ET

Atlantis crew discusses what it was like to fly NASA's final shuttle mission

After more than 30 years, NASA's shuttle era came to a close when Atlantis landed at the Kennedy Space Center on July 21st, concluding the final 13 day mission aimed at stocking up the International Space Station.

This week, the crew from the last shuttle mission are in New York to host a free science & space exhibition open to the public taking place on Aug 17th from 10am to 7pm at the Eventi Hotel's plaza.

Commander Chris Ferguson, pilot Doug Hurley and mission specialists Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim join Ali Velshi on American Morning today to discuss their mission and to weigh in on what life is like now that they're back on planet Earth.

Filed under: Shuttle • Space
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