Cape Canaveral, FL - (FILE) -- At 1:30 a.m. EST the morning of April 28, 1989, the scheduled launch of Space Shuttle Mission STS-30 aboard Atlantis, astronaut Charles Bolden receives a call from the Vice President of the United States Dan Quayle. The Vice President called from the NASA tracking station in Australia while visiting the facility. STS-30 will launch the Magellan/Venus radar mapper spacecraft on a 15-month journey to Venus. This is the first U.S. planetary mission in 11 years and the first on Shuttle..Credit: NASA via CNP
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Cape Canaveral, FL - (FILE) -- At 1:30 a.m. EST the morning of April 28, 1989, the scheduled launch of Space Shuttle Mission STS-30 aboard Atlantis, astronaut Charles Bolden receives a call from the Vice President of the United States Dan Quayle. The Vice President called from the NASA tracking station in Australia while visiting the facility. STS-30 will launch the Magellan/Venus radar mapper spacecraft on a 15-month journey to Venus. This is the first U.S. planetary mission in 11 years and the first on Shuttle..Credit: NASA via CNP

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Date: 24 May 2009
Location: Cape Canaveral Florida United States of America
Credit: NASA via CNP
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