Space shuttle Endeavour blasts off from Cape Canaveral

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May 16, 2011 16:16

 
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CAPE CANAVERAL - The US space shuttle Endeavour blasted off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Monday on its final voyage which will deliver a pioneering physics experiment to the International Space Station.

Endeavour roared off the launch pad at 8:56 a.m. EDT (1256 GMT), carrying a six-member crew.

The US space agency NASA plans just one more shuttle mission this summer with sister ship Atlantis before ending the 30-year-old shuttle program.

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