Atlantis Launching Today in Shuttle Fleet's Final ISS Crew-Rotation Mission (Live Feed)

Space Shuttle Atlantis on the Pad
NASA/Bill Ingalls

The Space Shuttle Atlantis is off to deliver a fresh crew, as well as about 30,000 pounds of equipment, to the International Space Station today as part of an 11-day mission that will also involve three space-walks. The mission will warehouse equipment too big for Russian, Japanese or European crafts to carry in what will be last launch of the year, with six slated for 2010 before the Shuttle is officially scrapped. Catch a live feed of the launch below.

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