Shuttle returns to space
Discovery roared into the skies over Florida Tuesday morning as NASA returned to shuttle space flight for the first time since the 2003 Columbia disaster. Under a blue, nearly cloudless sky, the spacecraft lifted off at 10:39 a.m. ET, as scheduled. 'Liftoff of space shuttle Discovery, beginning America's new journey to the moon, Mars and beyond,' said George Diller, the voice of shuttle launch control.It is good to see a shuttle flying again. My they return safely home.