How To Watch The Space Shuttle's Last Flight

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Tomorrow Today will be the last time the space shuttle Discovery launches into orbit. And, we’ve got the places for you to watch it all go down live.

The shuttle launch is planned for tomorrow, February 24th at 4:50PM eastern. If you have a PS3, you’ll be able to watch the launch on Playstation Home in the LOOT Sunset Yacht environment, a first for live video. Unfortunately, it costs money to get into the virtual world.

http://cdn.livestream.com/embed/spaceflightnow?layout=4&color=0xe7e7e7&autoPlay=true&mute=true&iconColorOver=0x888888&iconColor=0x777777&allowchat=true

There are also cheaper ways, like Spacevidcast, Spaceflight Now, and Nasa TV.

Don’t miss this historic event.

[via wired, electronista]

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