Fire Sale! NASA Slashes Price of Shuttles 32%
Space agency hoping to unload them for $29 million apiece
By John Johnson,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 16, 2010 10:53 AM CST
The Space Shuttle Discovery lands at Edwards Air Force Base in September.   (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
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(Newser) – NASA space shuttles are now priced to sell. The space agency cut the per-shuttle price from $42 million to $29 million for Endeavour and Atlantis, reports the Orlando Sentinel. NASA is retiring the fleet at the end of the year and hopes museums or schools want them for display. The National Air and Space Museum has dibs on Discovery, and it already has Enterprise, which never made it into space. The others are slightly used, with about 100 millon miles or so.

 

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