FLORIDA (Hawaii News Now) - The space shuttle Endeavour is rocketing toward the International Space Station. It's one of the last missions for NASA's space shuttle program.
The crew of six blasted off Sunday at about 11 p.m. Hawaii time. The shuttle is expected to land Wednesday.
Endeavour is carrying a new room and observation deck for the space station, which includes the largest window ever carried into space.
Right now there are only four more shuttle flights scheduled.
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