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Atlantis space shuttle makes final landing

US space shuttle Atlantis has made its final landing, bringing to a close a 30-year orbiter programme.

The shuttle and its four man crew landed safely at Kennedy Space Centre with its wheels touching the runway just before local sunrise (0556 EDT; 0956 GMT; 1056 BST).

Footage provided by Nasa shows a pilot's view of the vehicle coming into land.

Moments after touchdown, shuttle commander Chris Ferguson announced the mission was "now complete" and that the shuttle had "found its place in history".

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