The space shuttle Endeavour landed Sunday night at Kennedy Space Center after a two-week mission to the international space station.
While on the mission, the crew delivered a third connecting module, an Italian-built Tranquility node and a seven-windowed cupola to be used as a control room for robotics. The crew also conducted three spacewalks. The 1.57-million mile mission was Endeavour’s 10th trip to the space station, according to NASA.
The space station, which orbits the Earth at a height of some 250 miles, is due to be completed next year. It’s now about 90 percent complete. Four more shuttle launches are scheduled before the program ends.
Source from CNN.com